1. IdentityTurbine Theatre, 火, 10 日3月 2020 - 土, 14 日3月 2020
2. One Jewish BoyTrafalgar Studio Two, 火, 10 日3月 2020 - 土, 4 日4 月 2020
3. Monday Favourites - Jordan Luke GageThe Other Palace, 月, 16 日3月 2020
4. Cunningham / Keegan-Dolan / Peck - Nico Muhly: Drawn LinesSadler's Wells, 木, 19 日3月 2020 - 土, 21 日3月 2020
5. Richard Alston Dance Company - Final EditionSadler's Wells, 土, 7 日3月 2020 - 日, 8 日3月 2020
6. City of AngelsGarrick Theatre, 金, 6 日3月 2020 - 土, 5 日9月 2020
7. Love Love LoveLyric Hammersmith Theatre, 金, 6 日3月 2020 - 土, 4 日4 月 2020
8. On Blueberry HillTrafalgar Studio One, 木, 5 日3月 2020 - 土, 2 日5月 2020
9. Sleepless: A Musical RomanceTroubadour Theatre - Wembley, 火, 24 日3月 2020 - 日, 3 日5月 2020
10. Honest AmyTurbine Theatre, 火, 24 日3月 2020 - 土, 11 日4 月 2020
The Marriage of Figaro
Experience Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's masterpiece: the opera The Marriage of Figaro! Enjoy a story about fidelity, secret plans and being appreciative of the people around you. With performances by talented opera singers, the wonderful music by Mozart and a humorous story, this is one opera not to be missed at West End in London!
- Listen to the wonderful music by Mozart
- Witness the story known from the French play
- Experience performances by talented opera singers
- Choose your own seats
As the day of Figaro and Susanna's wedding arrives, it becomes clear that their master, Count Almaviva, has a plan to seduce Susanna before the ceremony can take place. Susanna and Figaro conspire with the forsaken Countess to outwit her husband and teach him a lesson in fidelity. But when the teenage Cherubino involves himself in their plans, their relationships have to pass a series of tests through confusing twists and turns.
The opera is based on the French play, The Mad Day, or The Marriage of Figaro, which premiered in 1784. The play was banned in France and also in Vienna, when Mozart began working on the opera in 1785, alongside Lorenzo Da Ponte. Da Ponte also wrote the libretto for Mozart's operas Don Giovanni and Così fan tutte. Despite protests from other composers, The Marriage of Figaro premiered in Vienna on the 1st of May in 1786. But when the city did not appreciate it, the opera premiered in Prague in 1787 - and it became a massive success.
In The Marriage of Figaro the servants are the leading roles, which was very different at the time of its premiere. Today the opera is known as a masterpiece that reveals so much about the human condition through wit, grace and joyous musical invention. ENO Music Director Martyn Brabbins conducts this second revival of Director Fiona Shaw’s critically acclaimed production!
Your e-ticket will be emailed directly to you shortly after your booking is complete. Bring a printed copy to the theater, or present the ticket via your mobile phone.
Tuesday-Thursday: 7 P.M.
Saturday: 6 P.M. or 7 P.M.