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La Traviata

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Following the success of La Bohème and Don Giovanni, Olivier Award-winning company OperaUpClose makes its Tricycle Theatre debut with its English version of La Traviata. Read More >

Following the success of La Bohème and Don Giovanni, Olivier Award-winning company OperaUpClose makes its Tricycle Theatre debut with its English version of La Traviata.

Set in the 1920s underworld of speakeasies and bootlegging, it tells the story of Violetta, a so-called ‘fallen woman’ who sacrifices her own happiness for the sake of her lover’s family and future.

Featuring Verdi’s much-loved melodies, orchestrated for a trio of clarinet, cello and piano by composer Harry Blake, La Traviata promises to serenade you, seduce you and break your heart.

The production is directed by OperaUpClose co-founder Robin Norton-Hale and features a cast including Jane Moran, Prudence Sanders, Louisa Tee, Robin Bailey, Philip Lee, Lawrence Olsworth-Peter (Alfredo), David Durham, James Harrison, Andrew Mayor, Flora McIntosh and Rosie Middleton.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 22/06/2015

Opening Night: 23/06/2015

Closing Night: 04/07/2015

Running time: 2h15

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Elinor Jane Moran, Prudence Sanders, Louisa Tee, Robin Bailey, Philip Lee, Lawrence Olsworth-Peter, David Durham, James Harrison, Andrew Mayor, Flora McIntosh, Rosie Middleton, Zarah Hible, Dario Dugandzic, Christopher Jacklin, Alex Beetschen, Elspeth Wilkes, Sarah Douglas, Chris Goodman, Alison Holford, Jay Jenkinson, William Rudge

Creative

Director - Robin Norton-Hale

Producer - OperaUpClose & Belgrade Theatre

Lighting Designer - Andrew May

Set Designer - Katie Bellman

Music By - Giuseppe Verdi

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