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What's On - Opera - La bohème

Online booking opens at midnight on February 25

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Mac Web 4 - CopyGiacomo Puccini’s La bohème
An Iford Arts Production

May 27 | 30 | June 2 | 3 | 6 | 9 | 10 | 13 

From the first delicate moments of her shyly  hesitant entry Mimi’s music and  her story wrings your heartstrings. Against the background of chaotic  student life where young men sew their wild oats, and the vampish Musetta reigns supreme, Parisian life Puccini’s ever youthful characters await the onset of responsibility.  It is impossible to remain untouched by the rich and dreamy  music and the very human love stories of this, his best-loved work.

Witnessed close up at Iford it becomes more affecting than ever… Bring a hanky.  Conducted by Oliver Gooch with  rising young tenor Anthony Flaum as Rudolfo, and Irish Soprano Màire Flavin as Mimi; with Alison Langer as fire-spitting Musetta and Nicholas Lester as her long-suffering lover Marcello.  This new production is translated and directed by Christopher Cowell

Conductor: Oliver Gooch
Director: Christopher Cowell
Designer: Eleanor Wdowski
Rudolfo – Anthony Flaum
Mimi – Màire Flavin
Musetta – Alison Langer
Marcello – Nicholas Lester
Schaunard – Frederick Long
Benoit & Allidoro – Charles Johnston
Colline – James Ioelu

“Pure Magic, as though each performance is being enacted entirely for your personal benefit” The Telegraph

Gates open at 6pm for picnics.
Performance starts at 7.30pm.  For more information please look here

For information on priority booking and how to support the festival please click here.

Box Office: 01225 44 88 44
Opera Tickets £121 (Mon – Fri) £125 (Sat)

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