Opera North / La traviata

@ Theatre Royal Newcastle

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03 November 2020 - 06 November 2020

LA TRAVIATA – Giuseppe Verdi
Violetta’s high-life is about to turn upside down…

A Parisian courtesan, to her surprise, falls in love. But she cannot escape the consequences of her past life, and circumstances conspire to force her to sacrifice what may be her only chance of real happiness.

Verdi poured some of his most heartfelt music into this intimate story of family tensions, blighted love and a society rotten with hypocrisy. The result is one of opera’s most profoundly moving masterpieces, both angry and tender. Director Alessandro Talevi and designer Madeleine Boyd (The Turn of the Screw, Don Giovanni) set this riveting production of La traviata in Belle Époque Paris.

Sung in Italian with English titles

Tickets from £20.00
Friends discount 10%, Under 30s £10 (find out more about the Under 30s scheme here)

Under 18s 50% off (excluding gallery), when accompanied by a full paying adult – up to 4 per adult

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La traviata
Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel
West Side Story Symphonic Dances / Trouble in Tahiti
Carmen
Alcina
The Girl of the Golden West

Venue
Theatre Royal
100 Grey Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 6BR

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