The Magic Flute

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Following their hugely popular and critically-acclaimed performances of La Bohème and Carmen, Olivier Award-winning OperaUpClose returns to the Playhouse with their bold new take on Mozart’s classic.

Invited behind the velvet rope at London’s most exclusive club, Tamino doesn’t have time to stop for beggars, paparazzi, or even his girlfriend Pamina. Going to bed after a blazing row later that night, they relive the events and encounters of the evening in dreams made extraordinary by the lateness of the hour, their befuddled senses and a touch of magic.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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Presented by OperaUpClose

Age guideline: 14+

  • Excellent.
       
    Independent
  • Punchy and gag-strewn.
       
    WhatsOnStage

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