La Bohème Tickets
A classic story told in a stunning new way, La Boheme tickets are sure to go quickly so book now to avoid disappointment.
Dalston. East London. Christmas 2017.
Ralph clocks Mimi and it's love at first sight. As their passionate affair heats up, romance turns to addiction, setting the couple on collision course with disaster. Will true love conquer all?
The first in the King's Head Theatre in the West End Season, you are taken on a radically different take on Puccini's timeless classic La Bohème, in a brand new version by Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Becca Marriott. Expect laughter, tears and sublime music in an opera experience you'll never forget!
Becca Marriott stars as Mimi. The role of Ralph will be shared by Matthew Kimble and Roger Paterson. Honey Rouhani plays Musetta while Matthew Palmer and Thomas Isherwood share the role of Mark. Lizzie Holmes will play both Mimi and Musetta. The show is being designed by Becky-Dee Trevenen and lighting is done by Nic Fairman. The first show in the King's Head Theatre in the West End Season takes you through Puccini's timeless classic in a brand new way. Expect laughter, tears and sublime music in an opera experience you'll never forget!
This contemporary retelling of Puccini’s classic opera is being presented for an extremely limited run at Trafalgar Studios from 6 December 2017 to 6 January 2018.
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Age restrictionRecommended age 16+, children under 5 will not be admitted
Running time1h 45min (including interval)
Performance dates6th December 2017 - 6th January 2018
Venue InformationTrafalgar Studios 214 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY, United Kingdom, London, SW1A 2DY
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17 May, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct