ROH The Royal Opera: Manon Lescaut (2014)
Live Screening - Puccini's first triumph returned to Covent Garden for the first time in 30 years in a new staging by Jonathan Kent, starring Kristine Opolais and Jonas Kaufmann.
Jonathan Kent - director of The Royal Opera's Tosca - created this production of Manon Lescaut in 2014, THe Royal Opera's first production of the opera in 30 years. Kent find contemporary resonance in the story of a woman tempted and misguided into acting against her best interests, and who finally receives retribution far more severe than her actions could ever deserve. Designs by Paul Brown create a harsh environment riven through with societal hypocrisy, in which Manon is trapped by those who will exploit her - and from which the only escape can be death.
Tickets: £16 (£13) £10 Under 18 - Please purchase tickets in advance. Tickets will not be available to purchase on the door.
To comply with Scottish Government regulations regarding social distancing, please note when making a booking, that you may only sit with people from your own household or extended household. If you are booking for another household as well as your own, we recommend that after making your booking, you email firstname.lastname@example.org to advise us on the number of households attending so that we can seat your party as near to each other as possible.
The Bistro at The Brunton would like to welcome you back with a special offer for October and November. You can enjoy a delicious 2 course meal for £12 or 3 courses for £15 before the screening. Or if you would like something lighter, how about a coffee and tasty traybake for £4.95.
Please call The Bistro on 0131 653 5250 to book a table.
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