Opera North - A Midsummer Night's Dream

Wednesday 20 November 7:00pm Opera Schools
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Tickets £22.50 to £71.50

Venue: Theatre Royal

Running time: Doors: 6pm. Approx. running time: 3 hours including two intervals

Important Information

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+

Sung in English with English subtitles

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An operatic adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream traces a tangled web of relationships hurtling towards catastrophe. In the woods, meet the feuding Fairy King and Queen, and in Athens, meet a confused quadrangle of lovers. As these characters’ stories intertwine, one thing is inevitable… magic, mischief and mayhem are sure to follow.

Britten’s music vividly sets the scene for a light-hearted and enchanting romp and is recognised as some of his best opera writing. Combined with Martin Duncan’s joyously theatrical production, expect an intoxicating atmosphere and plenty of laughs.

Multi-buy offer
The more you see the more you save! Book 3 operas and save 10%, book 4 and save 12.5% or book 5 to save 15%

Under 18s
Tickets £10. To purchase these tickets you must be under 18 at the time of booking. You may be asked to show your ID on doors to confirm your age.

Try It ON scheme (new to opera)
Tickets £20. Register on the Opera North website

Under 30s
Tickets £10. Register on the Opera North website

School Groups
£10 tickets available on price bands 3 & 4. 1 free teacher per 10 tickets booked. Please email our Group Sales team or call 0115 989 5555 to book

Groups 10+
Save £7.50 off price bands 2 and 3 or £5.00 off price band 4. Please email our Group Sales team or call 0115 989 5555 to book

Over 60s
Save £2.50 per ticket

Registered Unwaged
Save 50% on all tickets. Call 0115 989 5555 to book. Tickets must be collected in person with proof of receipt of benefits

“How exhilarating to hear an audience convulsed with laughter in an opera house”

The Times

“Wonderfully funny… about as good as it gets”

The Guardian

“Full of wit and wonder”

The Arts Desk

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