Shows at London theatres


London Fringe - Opera


We have 9 shows listed.

Aida

Upcoming

Opera

Set in a present day world of border controls and mass migration, Aida makes a desperate journey from her homeland to find refuge in the UK, but her love for Ramades throws her chances of survival into jeopardy.


H.M.S. Pinafore

Upcoming

Opera

Takes you below deck, where World War II troops set out a distraction from the goings on above board with Gilbert and Sullivan's fourth collaboration and first blockbuster.


Iolanthe

Upcoming

Opera

This witty and magical operetta tells a tale of forbidden love causing an absurdist fusion of two worlds - the magical fairies of Fairyland and a bamboozled House of Peers.


Pandora's Box

Upcoming

Opera

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Retells the Greek myth of Pandora's Box in an exciting new work with music by Alex Woolf, and a libretto by Dominic Kimberlin. Follow the story of these five friends who are about to learn they did not know each other so well after all.


The Burglar's Opera

Upcoming

Opera

A hysterically funny 'new' comic opera by Jeff Clarke and Stephen Wyatt based on a short story by WS Gilbert and set to a sparkling score of music 'stolen' from Sullivan's rarely-heard but delightfully tuneful orchestral works.


The Gondoliers

Upcoming

Opera

In a flight of the satirical whimsy so typical of G&S, two happy-go-lucky gondoliers discover that one of them is, in fact, heir to the throne of a distant kingdom.


The Prodigal Son & Poison, Passions & Petrifaction

Upcoming

Opera


Takes place at sunrise where a Mother laments the absence of her prodigal son, an outcast after leaving his home to pursue the world's pleasures and realising there is 'no place like home'.


The Turn of the Screw

Upcoming

Opera

Set in an old English country house, the housekeeper and two young orphaned children welcome an eager new governess when she arrives from London to look after them and a ghostly tale unfolds.


UCOpera: Haydn's L'anima del filosofo

Upcoming

Opera

An opera in Italian in four acts by Joseph Haydn, the last he ever wrote. The libretto, by Carlo Francesco Badini, is based on the myth of Orpheus and Euridice as told in Ovid's Metamorphoses.



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