Madam Butterfly Gala Performance
Monday 13 February 2017
A special gala performance of the King's Head Theatre's production of Madame Butterfly will take place on 2 March 2017 with tickets priced at £50.
Image: King's Head Theatre
Tickets for the King's Head theatre's production of Madame Butterfly (which started on 8 February) seem to be flying out of the door - the show is already sold out until 21 February.
Never fear, though, as the opera runs on until the 18th of March.
However, there's now also a special evening to book tickets for - a gala performance of Puccini's classic tragedy will take place on 2 March, followed by an after-show reception with drinks, canapés, live music and the opportunity to meet the cast and creative team.
Proceeds from this one-off event will raise crucial funds to help secure the future of the King's Head Theatre, and ensure that they are able to keep producing high quality, accessible and affordable opera for years to come.
Madame Butterfly - synopsis
Have you ever loved someone so much that you’d change everything about yourself to make them happy?
Cio cio-San is a Japanese geisha.
Her betrothed is an American Lieutenant.
She believes they are marrying for love.
The ugly truth will shatter her heart into a million pieces.
Puccini’s Madame Butterfly is a lyrical and poignant tragedy set to some of the most famous and moving music ever written.
This new production, directed by internationally acclaimed opera director, Paul Higgins, is an unmissable event for seasoned opera lovers and newcomers alike!
King's Head Theatre
115 Upper Street
London N1 1QN
Gala: Thursday 2 March 2017 at 7-30 pm
Madame Butterfly runs at the King's Head until 18 March 2017
£50 with £1 per ticket booking fee