Aida


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.
Aida at the King's Head Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Opera
Venue: King's Head Theatre
Starts: Wednesday 6 May 2020
Closes: Saturday 6 June 2020
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Synopsis


The undisputed masters of intimate and accessible opera present Verdi's monumental epic of love, betrayal and war in a rousing new English version.


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.


Featuring soaring arias and delicate melodies from one of history's greatest composers, this thrilling new production skillfully juxtaposes the conflict of nations with the conflicts of the heart.


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London N1 1QN

Box office tel: 0207 226 8561

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Dates


Previews from:Wednesday 6 May 2020

Press night:Friday 12 June 2020

Closes:Saturday 6 June 2020

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 7‑00pm

Wednesday ‑ 7‑00pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑00pm

Friday ‑ 7‑00pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑00pm


Matinee:

Saturday - 3-30pm

Sunday - 3-30pm


Tickets


Previews:
6 May £10 & 7-8 May £15

Standard:

Sunday - Thursday (& Matinees) £22.50 - £28.50

Friday & Saturday £27.50 - £35.00


Concessions:

Tuesdays £10 Under 30's

Matinees £5 Unwaged


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Creatives


Author: Giuseppe Verdi, in a new English version by David Eaton & Adam Spreadbury-Maher
Director: Adam Spreadbury-Maher

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