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G. Verdi, A Masked Ball performed by Peterborough Opera

G. Verdi, A Masked Ball performed by Peterborough Opera

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Friday 27 Oct 20177:30pm Book Now
Saturday 28 Oct 20177:30pm Book Now
A Masked Ball - opera by Giuseppe Verdi, performed by Peterborough Opera

A fully staged performance in English with orchestra.

27 and 28 October at 7.30pm

Queen Victoria Hall, 7 West St, Oundle, PE8 4EJ

Tickets: £14 adults / £10 Under 19s

A Masked Ball tells a tale of forbidden love, political conspiracies, fortune telling, betrayal and tragedy.

The cast is led by Mark Ellse (Riccardo), Lyndsey Evans (Edgar), Mike Hammond (Silvano), Julie Van Haperen (Amelia's servant), Glyn Jones (Tom), Laurence Lewis (the Magistrate), Martin Muir (Renato), Anna Murgatroyd (Oscar), Simon Thompson (Samuel), Ami Walsh (Ulrica), and Liz Williams (Amelia). The production will be directed by Mark Ellse, and Kate Wishart returns as Musical Director.

Whilst preparing for a masked ball, Prince Riccardo is informed by his friend and advisor, Renato, that there are people conspiring against him; Riccardo refuses to believe him.

After being informed by Ulrica (the local fortune-teller) that he's going to be killed by a friend, Riccardo intercepts Amelia, the wife of Renato. They confess their forbidden love for each other, but unfortunately for them, Renato discovers them together and vows to join the conspirators in the plot to assassinate Riccardo.

Will Renato go through with the assassination of his friend? All will be revealed at The Masked Ball.

For more information about Peterborough Opera's future events, go to www.peterboroughopera.co.uk, or find us on Facebook and Twitter

A Masked Ball - Verdi's opera performed by Peterborough Opera

A Masked Ball - Verdi's opera performed by Peterborough Opera

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Saturday 4 Nov 20177:30pm Book Now
A Masked Ball - opera by Giuseppe Verdi, performed by Peterborough Opera

A semi-staged performance with piano accompaniment

4th November at 7.30pm

St Thomas A Becket Ch of E Church, 16 Hollow Lane, Ramsey, PE26 1DE

Tickets: £10 adults / £5 Under 19s (non-allocated seating)

A Masked Ball tells a tale of forbidden love, political conspiracies, fortune telling, betrayal and tragedy.

The cast is led by Mark Ellse (Riccardo), Lyndsey Evans (Edgar), Mike Hammond (Silvano), Julie Van Haperen (Amelia's servant), Glyn Jones (Tom), Laurence Lewis (the Magistrate), Martin Muir (Renato), Anna Murgatroyd (Oscar), Simon Thompson (Samuel), Ami Walsh (Ulrica), and Liz Williams (Amelia). The production will be directed by Mark Ellse, and Kate Wishart returns as Musical Director.

Whilst preparing for a masked ball, Prince Riccardo is informed by his friend and advisor, Renato, that there are people conspiring against him; Riccardo refuses to believe him.

After being informed by Ulrica (the local fortune-teller) that he's going to be killed by a friend, Riccardo intercepts Amelia, the wife of Renato. They confess their forbidden love for each other, but unfortunately for them, Renato discovers them together and vows to join the conspirators in the plot to assassinate Riccardo.

Will Renato go through with the assassination of his friend? All will be revealed at The Masked Ball.

For more information about Peterborough Opera's future events, go to www.peterboroughopera.co.uk, or find us on Facebook and Twitter

Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

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Monday 20 Nov 20177:45pm Book Now
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

Monday, 20th November

By Robert Louis Stevenson
Directed and adapted for the stage by Nick Lane
Music by Tristan Parkes
Performed by Blackeyed Theatre

Doctor Henry Jekyll is a good man. Successful within his field and respected by his peers, he’s close to a neurological discovery that will change the face of medical science forever. However, his methods are less than ethical, and when a close friend and colleague threatens to expose and destroy his work, Jekyll is forced to experiment on himself, whereupon something goes very wrong... or very right. And suddenly Jekyll has a new friend, the brutal Edward Hyde.

A thrilling adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s dark psychological fantasy, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde immerses you in the myth and mystery of 19th Century London’s fog-bound streets where love, betrayal and murder lurk at every chilling twist and turn. Gripping, stylish and thought-provoking, this is unmissable theatre.

Go on... treat your dark side!

Age guidance: 11+

'A finely-crafted adaptation that will keep you fastened to your seat' British Theatre Guide

'Lane explores the scientific ideas of the day and the development of neuroscience without it feeling like a foundation lecture in A level psychology' The Independent

Venue
The Stahl Theatre

Performance
7.45pm
(Running time 2 hours approx, including interval)

Tickets
£12 Adults
£10 Concessions

Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society - Wenceslaus

Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society - Wenceslaus

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Friday 1 Dec 20178:00pm Book Now
Saturday 2 Dec 20178:00pm Book Now
Catworth Amateur Theatrical Society presents

Wenceslaus

Friday, 1st December &

Saturday, 2nd December 2017

8pm - 10pm

Doors open at 7:30pm, licenced bar

St Leonard's Church, Catworth

Church Road, PE28 0PA

Tickets: Adults £6.50/ Under16s £4.00

Wenceslaus

Wenceslaus Duke of Bohemia has invited the lords and ladies for Christmas feasting at his Castle. Ruling over a Duchy in this period of Christianisation is hard when some do not want change and resolutely stick to pagan beliefs. Harder still when some oppose his Ducal Authority and his decision to place Bohemia under the protection of Henry, the Saxon King of Germany and the Holy Roman Empire. Yule and Christmas were celebrated by feasting for more than the twelve days of Christmas the two beliefs being intertwined.

Having taken control from his mother Drahomira a few years earlier the Duke allows her back from exile for Christmas. Boleslav his younger brother and his mother’s favourite, is cruel jealous and thinks Wenceslaus too weak to rule Bohemia. They scheme to overthrow Wenceslaus, Boleslav is prepared to go above and beyond to get what he wants and even Drahomira has a change of heart.

For Boleslav blood ties mean nothing. Wenceslaus must realise that being a good leader requires a different sort of strength and face the fact that kinship counts for nothing in the eyes of his brother.

There is much feasting to celebrate Christ’s birth at the table of Duke Wenceslaus and for those who celebrate the spirits of Christmas. When it goes wrong he sees that some people are just evil through and through and no amount of kindness and leniency will change them.