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Opera North: The Magic Flute

Tuesday 19 March - Saturday 23 March 2019 Opera
Book Now Tickets £15.00 to £62.00

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

A bewitching coming-of-age adventure…

The Magic Flute is an epic tale about growing up, finding your way in the world and learning to love. Join Prince Tamino on his quest to rescue Pamina, daughter of the Queen of the Night held captive by the Priest of the Sun. But his mission soon becomes a journey of discovery, for nothing – not even Day and Night – is quite as it first appears…

Adventure jostles with dark fantasy, comedy collides with powerful drama, and all to Mozart’s miraculous music. Popular songs are mixed with stirring choruses, arias of heart-melting beauty with dazzling vocal pyrotechnics.

Leeds Playhouse Artistic Director James Brining, together with Set and Costume Designer Colin Richmond, conjure up a Magic Flute that is a feast for the ears and for the eyes.

Additional information
Running time approximately 2 hours 45 minutes
Sung in English
Supported by a generous gift from The Liz and Terry Bramall Foundation


Opera North Schools’ Matinee – ‘The Magic Flute for Schools’

Wednesday 20 March, 2pm
Performances suitable for KS2-4

Enter an enchanted world and join Prince Tamino on his quest to rescue Pamina, daughter of the Queen of the Night. A magical quest packed with adventure, comedy and drama, set to Mozart’s miraculous music.

 This specially-devised opera is a wonderful introduction for school children, and teachers alike. Sung in English, this shortened version of The Magic Flute will be accompanied with a free teachers’ cross curricular resource pack (available from January 2019).

£6.50 per ticket – booking required by Friday 11 January 2019. To book or for more information, please contact our Group Sales team or phone 0115 721 0622.

Please note an Introduction to Opera: The Magic Flute workshop/ticket package is also available for schools to book. For more details, please contact or call 0113 223 3520.

Venue: Theatre Royal

Access Performances

Audio Described: 23/03/2019 19:00
Captioned: 23/03/2019 19:00

Touch Tour: 23/03/2019 17:45


£2 for online bookings or £3 for phone & counter sales applies per transaction.

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Season Ticket Package
Book 3 operas from the Autumn 2018 season/Spring 2019 season and get 10% off.
Book 4-6 operas from the Autumn 2018 season/Spring 2019 season get 15% off.

Groups 8+
20% off the ticket price. Available Tuesday to Friday.

Under 30s & Students
Tickets £10. Subject to availability, cannot be reserved in advance. Maximum of two tickets per person per opera.

Standby Tickets
50% off from 6pm on the day available to concession holders in person. Subject to availability.
Full price or concession ticket, plus complimentary ticket for essential companion, available to customers with disabilities. Available in the Stalls.

Retired Over 60s
10% of all tickets. Available Tuesday to Friday.

Under 18s & Registered Unwaged
50% of all tickets. Available Tuesday to Friday.

School Groups
50% Balcony tickets for groups of 10+. One free teacher place per 20 pupils booked. Available Tuesday to Friday.

‘The Magic Flute For Schools’ – School’s Matinee performance (suitable for KS2-4)
Tickets £6.50. Available Wednesday 2pm, school groups only.
This shortened version of The Magic Flute  is a wonderful introduction for school children, and teachers alike.
To book, please contact our Group Sales team on 0115 721 0622, or for further information please contact our Box Office 0115 989 5555.

Concessions are not available in the Balcony, or for Saturday 7.30pm performances.

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19 March


From £15.00 - £62.00

Good Availability


23 March


Audio Described

Audio Described

Live commentary via headphones for blind or partially sighted patrons, causing no disruption to those not benefitting from the service. Braille and Large Print cast lists will be available with programme notes broadcast 15 minutes prior to the performance.



English text displayed on auditorium screens for people who are hard of hearing. Captions also include sound effects, offstage noises and character names. Display screens are usually discreetly positioned at the side(s) of the stage.

Pre-show Touch Tour

Pre-show Touch Tour

Touch tours enable blind and partially sighted people a unique opportunity to go onto the stage and explore the sets, costumes and props before the performance begins. These events are free to attend for those using the Audio Described service and their companions. Please email or call 0115 989 5539 if you would like to attend

From £15.00 - £62.00

Good Availability