|19th August 2022|
Macrobert Arts Centre
University of Stirling , Stirling FK9 4LA
|£18.50 / £16.50 conc|
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Opera Bohemia makes a welcome return with Mozart’s sublime comedy. The big day has arrived for Figaro and Susanna, but a catalogue of twists and turns threatens to spoil it all! Will the wedding go ahead, or will Count Almaviva have the last laugh?
Oliver Platt directs with a chamber orchestra under the baton of Alistair Digges. A stellar cast includes Scottish favourite Catriona Clark and former Scottish Opera Emerging Artists, Andrew McTaggart, Charlie Drummond, and Arthur Bruce.
Packed with wonderful arias, duets, and ensembles, all brought to life in this exciting new production.
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