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The Magic Flute - autumn gallery

Images from our semi-staged autumn production of Mozart's The Magic Flute.

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement this evening, we’re confirming that our performances of The Magic Flute on Sunday 1 and Tuesday 3 November will be going ahead as planned, in keeping with Government guidelines.

Tickets are no longer on sale for performances that were due to run between Thursday 5th November and Wednesday 2 December. We will be in contact with ticket holders about these performances very soon.


our autumn season continues with a semi-staged production of The Magic Flute.

This 90 minute version of Mozart’s enchanting opera features an exceptional cast of young singers, who were captured by photographer Bill Cooper.

 Tickets are on sale now.

Everything we do is managed in line with the latest guidance from Public Health England, to ensure everyone’s safety. Find out what to expect this autumn in our step-by-step guide.

Tamino (Thomas Atkins) and Pamina (Gemma Summerfield)

Papageno (Huw Montague Rendall)

Tamino (Thomas Atkins)

Pamina (Gemma Summerfield) and Papageno (Huw Montague Rendall)

Pamina (Gemma Summerfield)

Conductor Leo McFall

Tamino (Thomas Atkins), Sarastro (David Shipley) and Pamina (Gemma Summerfield)

Monostatos (David Shaw) and Pamina (Gemma Summerfield)

1st Man in Armour (Brenden Gunnell), Tamino (Thomas Atkins) and 2nd Man in Armour (William Thomas)

First Lady (Carrie-Ann Williams), Queen of Night (Nazan Fikret) and Third Lady (Eirlys Myfanwy Davies)


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