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Opera Undone tickets now available for the Trafalgar Studios premiere!
West End tickets for Opera Undone’s new presentation are now available. Don’t miss your chance to catch this new double bill of Tosca & La bohème. This is opera as you’ve never seen it before, so be sure to book your tickets early to guarantee the best seats at Trafalgar Studios 2 in London at the best prices
Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème
The Olivier Award-nominated producers who brought you 2017's 5-star smash hit production of La bohème are ready to present a brand new masterpiece. This Puccini double-bill Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème promises to serve up the works of this master in a way that has never been done before.
The future of Opera starts here
Each of these operas has been Radically distilled to bring you a concentrated sixty-minute adaptation of each story, all sung in English. This revolutionary new production promises to tear up the opera rule book and bring this art form to a whole new generation.
Experience two gripping tales of love, heartbreak and deception presented in a completely revolutionary way. This evening will be suitable for a diverse audience, those who are newcomers in the world of opera, and diehard fans alike. Put aside your preconceived notions of what opera looks like and who enjoys it and make your way down to the West End’s Trafalgar Studios for a completely unique presentation of this accessible and intriguing double bill.
Opera Undone Trafalgar Studios tickets on sale now at affordable prices!
Opera Undone comes to the West End's Trafalgar Studios for a limited 1-month run from 5 February to 7 March 2020. Do not miss your chance to catch Opera Undone as it turns the genre on its head in a thoroughly enjoyable way. Tickets for Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème are sure to go fast as there is limited space available in Trafalgar Studios 2, so make sure you book now to secure spot or you may just live to regret it!
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2 hr 20min (including interval)
Performance dates5 February - 7 March 2020.
Heather Sturman9th March
An unusual production, innovative and performed by extremely talented cast. Wonderfully enjoyable evening. Thank you.
We were bowled over by the quality of the performance and the wonderful way the pieces had been adapted. Difficult to pick any single thing out the standard was so consistently high, but the final moments of La Boheme left us sobbing. Magnificent.
Catherine Mcg6th March
How wonderful to see a small scale opera production that loses nothing in the telling. Equally superb to see these wonderful classics updated for our times. Asks relevant questions about our view of what is romantic. An attic in Paris, TB, doomed affairs, a Bohemian lifestyle contrast strongly with 21st century issues such as drug addiction, Grindr, organised crime groups. Superb singing and lively audience-interactive acting, all credit to the director and performers. I'm in favour of small niche venues but low ceilings and uncomfortable seats do detract just a little bit from the experience.
Andrew Irvin6th March
Great interpretations of both operas. Amazing intimate venue. Loved it.
Paul G5th March
Unique. Go with an open mind and enjoy.
P W HARRISON5th March
Brilliant update on Bohemia’s
Fiona Biddle4th March
This production was a lot of fun, and captivating. I brought two young people with me who had not tried opera before and they loved it too!
Ms Kayla A Choun3rd March
You’re in it deep and then shocked and then wowed and then you just can’t believe it all.
Dan Topliss1st March
Excellent compact versions of each Opera. Brilliant vocals.
John Brad1st March
We were absolutely immersed into the play and the feelings of the characters. Fiona and Hugo’s voices are just amazing and beside the flawless technique I find Fiona connects so well to the public. Thank you to you All for creating real art.
William Plante1st March
Full disclosure: I am not an opera fan per se, but I am a fan of experimentation, and Opera Undone is a successful example of it. Trafalgar Studios 2 is as intimate as it gets, so the staging is sparse, and the sweeping grandeur of standard opera is lacking. The performers act more naturally, and in this case, actually engage with the audience unavailable in standard opera. Not everyone will like the transition from classic Puccini presentation to a modern setting and in English, but I think it works, and works well in this particular venue. The singing is a bit too powerful - sometimes - in the space, but overall the moods and emotions, the harmonies and individual performances, strike well. If the producers intention was to make opera available (financially, and to the everyday person) then Opera Unleashed was especially successful. I smiled. I laughed. I was empathetic, and I was sadly resigned knowing the tragic outcome of a plot. Bravo to the production, and please do go if you can. These artists deserve the support and you deserve to see this!