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The Light in the Piazza tickets now available for the unique musical’s London premiere at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall!
Margaret and her daughter Clara are vacationing in Florence for the summer and are determined to make the most of it. When Clara and Fabrizio are blown together by chance, it seems that love is in the air. But will long-held secrets come to light and ruin the young couple’s chance at happiness?
The Light in the Piazza Royal Festival Hall cast and creatives
This stunning musical embodies the feeling of Italy, eschewing the typical pop/rock of musical theatre in favour of a devastatingly beautiful and romantic operatic score. World-renowned, award-winning opera singer Renée Fleming, recently nominated for a Tony Award for her role in Carousel, stars alongside Disney Channel darling Dove Cameron. Both women make their West End debuts under the masterful direction of Tony and multi Olivier award winner Daniel Evans.
The West End cast of The Light in the Piazza also stars Celinde Schoenmaker (Fantine in Les Miserables, Christine Daaé in The Phantom of the Opera) as Franca Naccarelli, Malcolm Singer (Casino Royale, V for Vendetta) as Roy Johnson, Alex Jennings as Signor Naccarelli, Rob Houchen as love interest Fabrizio Naccarelli, Marie McLaughlin (Le Nozze di Figaro, La boheme, Don Giovanni) as Signora Naccarelli, and Liam Tamne as Giuseppe Naccarelli.
With live music by Opera North’s 40-piece onstage orchestra, The Light in the Piazza has proven to be a London theatre experience like no other, having received rave reviews from critics. The 6-time Tony award-winning musical is now showing London for a limited 4 week run at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre.
Tickets for The Light in the Piazza are among the hottest of the summer!
Escape to sun-drenched Italy this summer and witness and unforgettable tale starring high-class talent in an unforgettable production. Book The Light in the Piazza tickets now to avoid disappointment and ensure the very best seats at the very best prices.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 30min
Performance dates14 June – 5 July 2019
ContentBabes in arms will not be admitted.
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Mrs Johnstone8th July
Not quite my cup of tea. Too operatic for my liking but that is just my personal taste. However Rob Houchen was superb and stood out as a future mega star. I felt you needed seats closer to the stage to enjoy the production more so perhaps it would have been better to have set it in a smaller theatre rather than an open spacious concert hall.
Clifford Lamplough7th July
Well worth seeing this if you can.
Z Recsey6th July
Excellent venue, nice production, amazing music.
I thought the music very pedestrian. Renee Fleming wasted on this.
Loved the voices and orchestra. Collecting tickets from box office not a good experience though.
Rosemary Redpath5th July
Very disappointed. Diction not clear apart from Renee Fleming and the actor who played the father.
Ed Lanwarne5th July
Very comfortable theatre. Enjoyed the show. I wasn't a huge fan of the leading role's voice, but the two supporting leads were excellent.
Theresa Murray-Bates5th July
A wonderful evening with a fabulous cast and a great show.
Kimberly Stevenson5th July
Beautiful show with an extremely talented cast. I loved the simplicity of the set design, and the depth of each of the characters. The music is gorgeous, a mix of dramatic opera and more golden-aged music theatre.
Billie Stephens5th July
heather kenison5th July
This was a tedious production - we left at the interval as could not bear to watch the second half. The music was dreary , the alternation between English and Italian was frustrating and the characters were annoying. The whole storyline was clearly going no-where and did not keep the attention.
Valentin Nicolaescu4th July