SOLD OUT - Opera on Location: La Bohème

When
Wednesday 20 August 2014 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Price
SOLD OUT
How to book
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Where
Graves Gallery
Theme
Performance
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ALL PERFORMANCES ARE NOW SOLD OUT

Museums Sheffield is thrilled to welcome Opera on Location to the special setting of the Graves Gallery for a series of intimate performances of Puccini’s classic opera, La Bohème.

Rodolfo, a highly educated poet from a wealthy family has found himself disinherited, disenfranchised and squatting in a once grand stately home, now slowly crumbling around him. Desperately striving to maintain the pretence of a chosen bohemian lifestyle, along with his companions, Schaunard, Marcello and Colline, their drug-addled days merge from one into another. However, upon a chance encounter with the mysterious and beautiful woman of the night; Mimi, Rodolfo’s life is changed forever. A brief, hedonistic affair ends in sorrow and tragedy. There seems to be no room in their world of hallucinations, sex and poverty for love and beauty.

Sung in English and performed promenade-style at the Graves Gallery, you will feel as if you are not just watching but are a part of this tragic love story. This unique setting for Puccini’s seminal work gives you the chance to be sat in the four young mens’ bedroom, move with them to streets of the city, feel the joys and highs of new and rekindled love and the bitter sorrow of heartbreak.

Opera on Location are a new and vibrant Sheffield-based company specialising in performing opera in interesting or unique settings. Find out more about the company and past productions at www.operaonlocation.co.uk


 

 

 

 

 


Opera on Location perform A Midsummer Night's Dream, Winter Garden, Sheffield, 2013

Please note doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm performance. Running time is approximately 2 hours 15 minutes including an interval.

 

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