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Peacock Theatre, London3.410 reviews
A truly extraordinary cross-genre show!

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TriOperas Peacock Theatre Tickets are booking until 23 May 2018. Don't miss out on this unique femme fatale show!

Three legendary operas come together for an unforgettable journey of love, vengeance, tears and laughter with shortened versions of Turandot, Butterfly and Carmen in one spectacular triple bill.

TriOperas features the beautiful classics that you know and love, including Nessun Dorma, One Fine Day, Humming Chorus, Habanera and The Toreador Song, merged with punk, rap, rock, and hip-hop. This high adrenaline show is a dazzling experience, with an incredible display of acrobatics, kung-fu, puppetry, breakdancing, tap, ballet, salsa and even Chinese lion wushu and parkour.

The show features cast rotation where the roles of the eponymous heroines will alternate between nine different performers, including Keedie Green, Sara Hamilton, Sianna Bruce, Lucy Kay, Sarah Naudi, Martina Mennell, Shoreina Pereira, Chiarra Vinci and Katie Shalka.

TriOperas is backed by UNESCO and will also feature an on-site exhibition entitled Women Power World Opera. The production is, in part, a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in the United Kingdom, Women's History Month and International Women's Day on 8 March 2018.


Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 5 will not be admitted.

Running time

2hr 35min (including interval)

Performance dates

23 May 2018 - 1 July 2018

Venue Information

Peacock TheatrePortugal Street, Kingsway, London, WC2A 2HT

Customer Reviews

10 reviews3.4

Phil14th June

Good not great .. but worth the money .. no grumbles... Will certainly be seeking out more opera deals...

Wilhelmus Barten10th June

Interresting performance, fun

pauline szelewski31st May

Really interesting and clever concept. Loved all the mix ups of dance and visuals. Beautiful production. We appreciated having lyrics on small screens.

EL Miller30th May

Really beautiful voices but the production felt a bit am dram. It was a disappointing introduction to the world of opera for my kids who wanted to leave after the second section. Didn't live up to the hype unfortunately.

Dr. Khaled El Shalakany, FCIArb... 28th May

The show was wonderful. A great introduction to the fine art of Opera, particularly for young people, children and those who do not know much about Opera. Great mixture of arts from different culture. The cast and musicians were great.

Emanuela Valsangiacomo28th May

Triopera was one of the worsest Show I have ever been to. The Quality of everything was really low: Music, Arrangement, microphon, costumes. I was so disappointed, that my husband and me left the Show by the first Intermission.

Matt Hooper27th May

It was a great introduction to opera and an excellent show.

marcia davis27th May

Wonderful cast and staging. I had trouble recognising some of the musics, but the overall show was great, specially Carmen! I would say I still prefer a traditional opera though.

Elizabeth Chiles25th May

Very disappointing- two very long intervals and the performances were not of a quality expected of a London show. We were expecting far more excitement and enthusiasm. No atmosphere created and the different dance styles described were very poor quality. We were expecting a Stictly Come Dancing extravaganza and it was more akin to BGT, Orchestra however was a highlight especially the pianist/conductor. Sorry.