All events

Workshop
Adult Art Workshop
Mon10am - 12 noon

With Jacquie Myrtle

£5
Drama
Ucheldre Rep
Tue & Thu7.30pm

The Ucheldre Rep meet Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

New members always welcome.

Admission free
Workshop
Boogie Babies
Tue & Thu9.30 - 10.30

Bilingual storytelling and dancing for children 0-4 years and their parents / guardians

A warm welcome to all

Every Tuesday and Thursday

1 hr
£5 per child [family special price £2.50 per child after first child]
Workshop
Gardening Club
Thu10am

Alison and caro would love to have your company in the Ucheldre’s gardens on thursdays.

The Gardening Club runs from 10am.

Do come along and see what’s happening.

Workshop
Art Club
Sat10-12 noon; 1.30-3.30pm

Jacquie Myrtle leads these popular art workshops for children.

2 hrs
Workshop
Saturday 27 August 10:00 am

A Graffiti Workshop

A free activity as part of Creating Sunshine here at Ucheldre

10am – 12.30pm (6-10yrs) & 1.30pm – 5pm (11+yrs)

Booking essential

Free
Music
Saturday 27 August 7:00 pm

The premium tribute to the sounds and visuals of Pink Floyd, featuring a tight, 5 strong band of accomplished musicians from across North Wales.

Focusing mainly on the shows of the 1970’s era, Pinc Ffloyd perform favourites from Atom Heart Mother, Meddle, Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall and The Final Cut.

Pinc Ffloyd are constantly updating their vintage, customised and modern equipment to bring an authentic Floyd experience to their audiences.

Come and see the Welsh Pink Floyd tribute show in action, you won’t be disappointed!!!

£15, £12 youth
Broadcasts
Sunday 28 August 3:00 pm

The wait is over!  After 2 years, maestro André Rieu is performing from his hometown of Maastricht once again!  We are proud to present André’s brand-new summer concert – Happy Days are Here Again!

The Concert will be a jolly and captivating summer event on the iconic Vrijthof square, featuring popular feel-good classics, show-tunes, and, of course, joyous waltzes.  Together with the wonderful Johann Strauss Orchestra and very special guests, André is bringing an uplifting and romantic party to Ucheldre!

3hrs
£10, £8 concessions, £4 children
Broadcasts
Sunday 28 August 7:00 pm

The wait is over!  After 2 years, maestro André Rieu is performing from his hometown of Maastricht once again!  We are proud to present André’s brand-new summer concert – Happy Days are Here Again!

The Concert will be a jolly and captivating summer event on the iconic Vrijthof square, featuring popular feel-good classics, show-tunes, and, of course, joyous waltzes.  Together with the wonderful Johann Strauss Orchestra and very special guests, André is bringing an uplifting and romantic party to Ucheldre!

To see trailer please click here

3hrs
£10, £8 concessions, £4 children
Workshop
Tuesday 30 August 10:00 am
Aeroplanes, Bushcraft, and Fun Science

Free drop in sessions for all as part of Summer Fun and Creating Sunshine!

Bushcraft, Fun Science Activities, Paper Aeroplanes Competition,

Nature Connections, and Campfire Cooking

 


Contact for further information

 

Drop In All day
Free
Workshop
Thursday 1 September 10:00 am

Portrait Group

This ever popular event is to be led by local artist David Weaver

Broadcasts
Thursday 8 September 7:00 pm

Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd) and John Heffernan (Dracula) lead the cast in Shakespeare’s romcom of sun, sea and mistaken identity.

The legendary hotel Messina on the Italian Riveria has been visited by artists, celebrities and royalty. But when the owner’s daughter weds a dashing young soldier, not all guests are in the mood for love.

A string of scandalous deceptions soon surround not only the young couple, but also the adamantly single Beatrice and Benedick.

Following the award-winning success of National Theatre Live’s Romeo & Juliet, Twelfth Night and Antony and Cleopatra, director Simon Godwin returns with this irresistible comedy, broadcast live from the National Theatre stage.

2hrs and 45 minutes (including one interval)
£13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Workshop
Saturday 10 September 10:30 am

10.30am- 12noon Voice Workshop for Beginners.

£10 per person

 

1pm – 3pm Voice Workshop for Advanced Soloists

Performing and interpreting a varied repertoire accompanied and coached by leading vocal coach Marian Bryfdir.

£20 per person.

 

Music
Tuesday 13 September 7:00 pm

Everyone is welcome to this event.

Come along and enjoy the music and mixing with like minded Jazz enthusiasts.

 

Free event
Literary
Saturday 17 September 10:00 am
'What things hidden from us leave'

A workshop exploring often overlooked personal observations and the rhythms of conversational speech. Focusing on the work of Charlotte Mew and Edna St Vincent Millay

Phil Bowen was born in Liverpool in 1949, and before becoming a full time writer in 1994, worked as a teacher and a publican. Salt published Nowhere’s Far  – New & Selected Poems in 2008. Recent work includes ‘Orange Blind ‘ – poems about the Scottish Colourists ‘Love Somehow‘ – a film about Caitlin Thomas – and a recently
recorded marathon oral poem called ‘All the Stuff’.

This is the first Literary Society gathering since before lock down.  It is under new leadership after a very successful and much enjoyed time when Fiona Owen led the group.  It is now to be led by Karen Ankers.  Welcome Karen.

15, £10 concessions
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Drama
Thursday 29 September 7:30 pm
Written and Directed by Tom Wallwork

Dream Academy is a musical drama set in a junior school. It revolves around eleven year old Robert, who because of his troubled home life, isolates himself in is bedroom watching television. This unfortunately is also the core of his problems at school. He longs for a better life if he can only find the key to unlock it. We are taken into his world of fantasy where his teachers take on celebrity status along with some familiar colourful fairytale characters. Eventually he comes to realise through the wisdom of the headmistress that the key he seeks was always within his grasp.

£6, £5 concessions, £4 children
Drama
Friday 30 September 7:30 pm
Written and Directed by Tom Wallwork

Dream Academy is a musical drama set in a junior school. It revolves around eleven year old Robert, who because of his troubled home life, isolates himself in is bedroom watching television. This unfortunately is also the core of his problems at school. He longs for a better life if he can only find the key to unlock it. We are taken into his world of fantasy where his teachers take on celebrity status along with some familiar colourful fairytale characters. Eventually he comes to realise through the wisdom of the headmistress that the key he seeks was always within his grasp.

£6, £5 concessions, £4 children
Drama
Saturday 1 October 7:30 pm
Written and Directed by Tom Wallwork

Dream Academy is a musical drama set in a junior school. It revolves around eleven year old Robert, who because of his troubled home life, isolates himself in is bedroom watching television. This unfortunately is also the core of his problems at school. He longs for a better life if he can only find the key to unlock it. We are taken into his world of fantasy where his teachers take on celebrity status along with some familiar colourful fairytale characters. Eventually he comes to realise through the wisdom of the headmistress that the key he seeks was always within his grasp.

£6, £5 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Sunday 2 October 2:00 pm
Giacomo Puccini

‘Love cannot kill: it brings new life.’

On a starlit night in Nagasaki, these are the words spoken by American naval officer Pinkerton to young geisha Cio-Cio-San. But as they both learn, words and promises carelessly spoken can have indelible consequences.

With a score that includes Butterfly’s aria, ‘Un bel dì, vedremo’ (‘One fine day’) and the ‘Humming Chorus’, Giacomo Puccini’s opera is entrancing and ultimately heart-breaking. Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s exquisite production takes inspiration from 19th-century European images of Japan.

Directed by Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier, conducted by  Nicola Luisotti, and sung by  Maria Agresta (Cio-Cio-San), Joshua Guerrero (Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton), Carlos Álvarez (Sharpless), Christine Rice (Suzuki), Carlo Bosi (Goro)

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

 

3hrs and 10 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Wednesday 5 October 7:15 pm

Inspired by dark and gripping real life events, this Royal Ballet classic depicts the sexual and morbid obsessions of Crown Prince Rudolf leading to the murder-suicide scandal with his mistress Mary Vetsera. The oppressive glamour of the Austro-Hungarian court in the 1880s sets the scene for a suspenseful drama of psychological and political intrigue as Rudolf fixates on his mortality.

Kenneth MacMillan’s 1978 ballet remains a masterpiece of storytelling and this revival marks 30 years since the choreographer’s death. Expect to see The Royal Ballet at its dramatic finest across potent ensemble scenes and some of the most daring and emotionally demanding pas de deux in the ballet repertory.

3hrs and 25 minutes (including 2 intervals)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
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Broadcasts
Thursday 6 October 7:00 pm

A rollicking new comedy by Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Oliver Chris (Twelfth Night).

After an aerial dog fight, Pilot Officer Jack Absolute flies home to win the heart of his old flame, Lydia Languish. Back on British soil, Jack’s advances soon turn to anarchy when the young heiress demands to be loved on her own, very particular, terms.

Emily Burns directs this spectacularly entertaining new version of Sheridan’s The Rivals. Featuring a cast including Caroline Quentin, Laurie Davidson, Natalie Simpson and Kelvin Fletcher.

‘One of the funniest productions in the National’s history.’ Guardian on One Man, Two Guvnors

£13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Sunday 9 October 2:00 pm

Inspired by dark and gripping real life events, this Royal Ballet classic depicts the sexual and morbid obsessions of Crown Prince Rudolf leading to the murder-suicide scandal with his mistress Mary Vetsera. The oppressive glamour of the Austro-Hungarian court in the 1880s sets the scene for a suspenseful drama of psychological and political intrigue as Rudolf fixates on his mortality.

Kenneth MacMillan’s 1978 ballet remains a masterpiece of storytelling and this revival marks 30 years since the choreographer’s death. Expect to see The Royal Ballet at its dramatic finest across potent ensemble scenes and some of the most daring and emotionally demanding pas de deux in the ballet repertory.

3hrs and 25 minutes (including 2 intervals)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Wednesday 12 October 6:45 pm
Giuseppe Verdi

Princess Aida has been kidnapped: a valuable prize in a war between Egypt and Ethiopia. Meanwhile, the ambitious soldier Radames wrestles with his feelings for her. As they draw closer together, each must make an agonizing choice between their loyalty to home, and their love for each other.

In this new production, director Robert Carsen situates Verdi’s large-scale political drama within a contemporary world, framing its power struggles and toxic jealousies in the apparatus of a modern, totalitarian state. Royal Opera Music Director Antonio Pappano conducts Verdi’s glorious, monumental score.

Directed by Robert Carsen, conducted by Antonio Pappano and sung by Elena Stikhina (Aida), Francesco Meli (Radames), Agnieszka Rehlis (Amneris, Ldovic Tézier (Amnasro), Soloman Howard (Ramfis) and In Sung Sim (King of Egypt).

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

 

3hrs and 25 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Music
Sunday 16 October 3:00 pm
Seascapes

 

Anglesey born international concert pianist Iwan Llewelyn-Jones returns to Ucheldre for the second in his series of Sunday afternoon concerts.

In choosing the theme for today’s concert Iwan has once again drawn inspiration from the rich maritime and cultural history of Holyhead.  He will pay homage to some of the Town’s most celebrated musicians and poets.

Make it a perfect day by having scones, bara brith and strawberries (perhaps from the Kitchen Garden) after the concert finishes at 4pm: Pre-booking essential for tea at £4.50 a head.

Last Concert in the series as part of SeaThought and Ports; Past and Present.

 

 

1hr
*£12, *£10, £4 (Friends £10, £8, £4)
Opera
Thursday 20 October 7:15 pm
Giacomo Puccini

Paris, 1900. Penniless writer Rodolfo believes that art is all he needs – until he meets Mimì, the lonely seamstress who lives upstairs. So begins a timeless love story that blooms, fades, and rekindles with the passing seasons. But while the couple’s friends Marcello and Musetta passionately row and make up, a force greater than love threatens Rodolfo and Mimì.

Richard Jones’s production evokes the vivid contrasts of fin de siècle Paris, from Bohemian apartments to glittering arcades.

Directed by Richard Jones, conducted by  Kevin John Edusei, and sung by Ailyn Pérez (Mimì), Juan Diego Flórez (Rodolfo), Andrey Zhilikhovsky (Marcello), Danielle de Niese (Musetta), Ross Ramgobin (Schaunard), Michael Mofidian (Colline).

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

 

3hrs
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Drama
Thursday 3 November 7:00 pm

Original by Anton Chekhov, in a version by Anya Reiss and directed by Jamie Lloyd.

Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) makes her West End debut in this 21st century retelling of Anton Chekhov’s tale of love and loneliness.

A young woman is desperate for fame and a way out. A young man is pining after the woman of his dreams. A successful writer longs for a sense of achievement. An actress wants to fight the changing of the times. In an isolated home in the countryside, dreams lie in tatters, hopes are dashed, and hearts broken. With nowhere left to turn, the only option is to turn on each other.

Following his critically acclaimed five-star production of Cyrano de Bergerac, Jamie Lloyd brings Anya Reiss’ adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s classic play to stage. Filmed live in London’s West End with a cast including Tom Rhys Harries (White Lines), Daniel Monks (The Normal Heart), Sophie Wu (Fresh Meat) and Indira Varma (Game of Thrones).

 

13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Wednesday 16 November 7:15 pm

The Royal Ballet’s dazzling Principals lead an evening not to be missed, their sparkling talents a perfect fit for a diamond anniversary. Celebrating the 60th anniversary of The Friends of Covent Garden, this programme recognises the amazing support of all ROH Friends past and present.

The showcase will demonstrate the breadth and diversity of The Royal Ballet’s repertory in classical, contemporary and heritage works. It will also include world premieres of short ballets by choreographers Pam Tanowitz, Joseph Toonga and Valentino Zucchetti as well as The Royal Ballet’s first performance of For Four by Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon and a performance of George Balanchine’s Diamonds.

 

13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Sunday 20 November 2:00 pm

The Royal Ballet’s dazzling Principals lead an evening not to be missed, their sparkling talents a perfect fit for a diamond anniversary. Celebrating the 60th anniversary of The Friends of Covent Garden, this programme recognises the amazing support of all ROH Friends past and present.

The showcase will demonstrate the breadth and diversity of The Royal Ballet’s repertory in classical, contemporary and heritage works. It will also include world premieres of short ballets by choreographers Pam Tanowitz, Joseph Toonga and Valentino Zucchetti as well as The Royal Ballet’s first performance of For Four by Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon and a performance of George Balanchine’s Diamonds.

 

13, £11 concessions, £4 children
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Drama
Friday 25 November 7:30 pm
Presented by Adverse Camber, Created and Performed by Phil Okwedy, Directed by Michael Harvey

Sparked by the discovery of a series of letters from his father in Nigeria to his mother in Wales, The Gods Are All Here is a compelling, lyrical and warm, one-man performance from first-class storyteller, Phil Okwedy.

This captivating storytelling show skilfully weaves myth, song, folktales and legends of the African diaspora with an astonishing personal story that uncovers Phil’s experiences of growing up as a child of dual heritage in 1960 & 70’s Wales.

Storytelling in English

 

 

Suitable for ages 12+

Trigger Warning: This production talks about being brought up with foster parents, there are stories of slavery that include descriptions of violence, and the show contains discriminatory language

2 x 50-minute halves, including a 20 minute interval
£10, £8 concessions
Dance
Thursday 8 December 7:15 pm
Tchaikovsky

Join Clara at a delightful Christmas Eve party that becomes a magical adventure once everyone else is tucked up in bed. Marvel at the brilliance of Tchaikovsky’s score, as Clara and her enchanted Nutcracker fight the Mouse King and visit the Sugar Plum Fairy (Fumi Kaneko) and her Prince (William Bracewell) in the glittering Kingdom of Sweets. Peter Wright’s much-loved production for The Royal Ballet, with gorgeous period designs by Julia Trevelyan Oman, keeps true to the spirit of this festive ballet classic, combining the thrill of the fairy tale with spectacular classical dancing.

2 hrs and 45 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Sunday 11 December 2:00 pm
Tchaikovsky

Join Clara at a delightful Christmas Eve party that becomes a magical adventure once everyone else is tucked up in bed. Marvel at the brilliance of Tchaikovsky’s score, as Clara and her enchanted Nutcracker fight the Mouse King and visit the Sugar Plum Fairy (Fumi Kaneko) and her Prince (William Bracewell) in the glittering Kingdom of Sweets. Peter Wright’s much-loved production for The Royal Ballet, with gorgeous period designs by Julia Trevelyan Oman, keeps true to the spirit of this festive ballet classic, combining the thrill of the fairy tale with spectacular classical dancing.

2 hrs and 45 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Thursday 19 January 7:15 pm

A modern Mexican classic of magic realism provides the basis for The Royal Ballet’s new full-length work, reuniting Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon with the creative team who transformed Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and The Winter’s Tale into dance, composer Joby Talbot and designer Bob Crowley.

The ballet is inspired by Laura Esquivel’s novel – a captivating family saga where the central character’s emotions spill out through cooking to influence everyone around her in startling and dramatic ways. In this co-production with American Ballet Theatre, Mexican conductor Alondra de la Parra also acts as musical consultant for Talbot’s newly commissioned score, and Wheeldon has worked closely with Esquivel to reshape her richly layered story into an entertaining and engrossing new ballet.

3hrs and 10 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Sunday 22 January 2:00 pm

A modern Mexican classic of magic realism provides the basis for The Royal Ballet’s new full-length work, reuniting Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon with the creative team who transformed Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and The Winter’s Tale into dance, composer Joby Talbot and designer Bob Crowley.

The ballet is inspired by Laura Esquivel’s novel – a captivating family saga where the central character’s emotions spill out through cooking to influence everyone around her in startling and dramatic ways. In this co-production with American Ballet Theatre, Mexican conductor Alondra de la Parra also acts as musical consultant for Talbot’s newly commissioned score, and Wheeldon has worked closely with Esquivel to reshape her richly layered story into an entertaining and engrossing new ballet.

3hrs and 10 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Drama
Thursday 26 January 7:00 pm

By Arthur Miler and directed by Lyndsey Turner

A witch hunt is beginning in Arthur Miller’s captivating parable of power with Erin Doherty (The Crown) and Brendan Cowell (Yerma).

Raised to be seen but not heard, a group of young women in Salem suddenly find their words have an almighty power.  As a climate of fear, vendetta and accusation spreads through the community, no one is safe from trial.

Lyndsey Turner (Hamlet) directs this contemporary new staging, designed by Tony Award-winner Es Devlin (The Lehman Trilogy). Captured live from the Olivier stage at the National Theatre.

 

 

13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Wednesday 15 February 7:00 pm
Gioachino Rossini

When Rosina falls in love with a mysterious young suitor who calls himself Lindoro, she must use all her cunning – and a little help from her local barber – to outwit her calculating guardian Dr Bartolo.

Expect heart-melting serenades, ridiculous disguises and a fairytale ending waiting just out of reach. From the barber’s famous opening number ‘Largo al factotum,’ with its cry of ‘Figaro! Figaro!,’ to Rosina’s feisty aria ‘Una voce poco fa,’ Gioachino Rossini’s comic opera is a riotously entertaining affair. Rafael Payare makes his Royal Opera House debut conducting an outstanding international cast that includes Andrzej Filończyk, Aigul Akhmetshina, Lawrence Brownlee and Bryn Terfel.

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

3hrs and 45 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Sunday 19 February 2:00 pm
Gioachino Rossini

When Rosina falls in love with a mysterious young suitor who calls himself Lindoro, she must use all her cunning – and a little help from her local barber – to outwit her calculating guardian Dr Bartolo.

Expect heart-melting serenades, ridiculous disguises and a fairytale ending waiting just out of reach. From the barber’s famous opening number ‘Largo al factotum,’ with its cry of ‘Figaro! Figaro!,’ to Rosina’s feisty aria ‘Una voce poco fa,’ Gioachino Rossini’s comic opera is a riotously entertaining affair. Rafael Payare makes his Royal Opera House debut conducting an outstanding international cast that includes Andrzej Filończyk, Aigul Akhmetshina, Lawrence Brownlee and Bryn Terfel.

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

3hrs and 45 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Drama
Friday 24 February 7:00 pm
William Shakespeare

Directed by Clint Dyer

An extraordinary new production of Shakespeare’s most enduring tragedy, directed by Clint Dyer with a cast that includes Giles Terera (Hamilton), Rosy McEwen (The Alienist) and Paul Hilton (The Inheritance).

She’s a bright, headstrong daughter of a senator; elevated by her status but stifled by its expectations. He’s refugee of slavery; having risen to the top of a white world, he finds love across racial lines has a cost.

Wed in secret, Desdemona and Othello crave a new life together. But as unseen forces conspire against them, they find their future is not theirs to decide.

Othello is filmed live on the Lyttleton stage of the National Theatre.

13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Wednesday 22 March 7:15 pm
Giacomo Puccini

In the court of Princess Turandot, suitors who fail to solve her riddles are brutally killed. But when a mysterious Prince answers one correctly, suddenly he holds all the power – and a glorious secret. When life hangs in the balance, can love conquer all?

Puccini’s score is rich in musical marvels (featuring the famous aria ‘Nessun dorma’), while Andrei Serban’s production draws on Chinese theatrical traditions to evoke a colourful fantasy tableau of ancient Peking. Antonio Pappano conducts Anna Pirozzi in the title role and Yonghoon Lee as Calaf.

[;cy] Yn llys y Dywysoges Turandot, mae cyfreithwyr sy’n methu â datrys ei phosau yn cael eu lladd yn greulon. Ond pan fydd Tywysog dirgel yn ateb un yn gywir, yn sydyn mae’n dal yr holl rym – a chyfrinach ogoneddus. Pan fydd bywyd yn hongian yn y fantol, a all cariad goncro’r cyfan?

Mae sgôr Puccini yn gyforiog o ryfeddodau cerddorol (yn cynnwys yr aria enwog ‘Nessun dorma’), tra bod cynhyrchiad Andrei Serban yn tynnu ar draddodiadau theatrig Tsieineaidd i ennyn tableau ffantasi lliwgar o Peking hynafol. Antonio Pappano sy’n arwain Anna Pirozzi yn y brif ran ac Yonghoon Lee fel Calaf.

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

3hrs and 20 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Sunday 26 March 2:00 pm
Giacomo Puccini

In the court of Princess Turandot, suitors who fail to solve her riddles are brutally killed. But when a mysterious Prince answers one correctly, suddenly he holds all the power – and a glorious secret. When life hangs in the balance, can love conquer all?

Puccini’s score is rich in musical marvels (featuring the famous aria ‘Nessun dorma’), while Andrei Serban’s production draws on Chinese theatrical traditions to evoke a colourful fantasy tableau of ancient Peking. Antonio Pappano conducts Anna Pirozzi in the title role and Yonghoon Lee as Calaf.

[;cy] Yn llys y Dywysoges Turandot, mae cyfreithwyr sy’n methu â datrys ei phosau yn cael eu lladd yn greulon. Ond pan fydd Tywysog dirgel yn ateb un yn gywir, yn sydyn mae’n dal yr holl rym – a chyfrinach ogoneddus. Pan fydd bywyd yn hongian yn y fantol, a all cariad goncro’r cyfan?

Mae sgôr Puccini yn gyforiog o ryfeddodau cerddorol (yn cynnwys yr aria enwog ‘Nessun dorma’), tra bod cynhyrchiad Andrei Serban yn tynnu ar draddodiadau theatrig Tsieineaidd i ennyn tableau ffantasi lliwgar o Peking hynafol. Antonio Pappano sy’n arwain Anna Pirozzi yn y brif ran ac Yonghoon Lee fel Calaf.

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

3hrs and 20 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Wednesday 12 April 7:15 pm
Sergey Prokofiev

Royal Ballet Founder Choreographer Frederick Ashton’s Cinderella celebrates its 75th anniversary this Season. The ballet’s opening night in 1948, featuring Moira Shearer and Michael Somes in the lead roles, was received rapturously. After over a decade away from the Royal Opera House stage, Ashton’s timeless reworking of Charles Perrault’s famous rags-to-riches story returns, showcasing the choreographer’s deft musicality and the beauty of Prokofiev’s transcendent score. A creative team steeped in the magic of theatre, film, dance and opera brings new atmosphere to Cinderella’s ethereal world of fairy godmothers and pumpkin carriages, handsome princes and finding true love.

 

TBC
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Sunday 16 April 2:00 pm
Sergey Prokofiev

Royal Ballet Founder Choreographer Frederick Ashton’s Cinderella celebrates its 75th anniversary this Season. The ballet’s opening night in 1948, featuring Moira Shearer and Michael Somes in the lead roles, was received rapturously. After over a decade away from the Royal Opera House stage, Ashton’s timeless reworking of Charles Perrault’s famous rags-to-riches story returns, showcasing the choreographer’s deft musicality and the beauty of Prokofiev’s transcendent score. A creative team steeped in the magic of theatre, film, dance and opera brings new atmosphere to Cinderella’s ethereal world of fairy godmothers and pumpkin carriages, handsome princes and finding true love.

 

TBC
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
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Opera
Thursday 27 April 6:45 pm
Mozart

Servants Figaro and Susanna are filled with excitement on their wedding day, but there’s a hitch: their employer, the Count Almaviva, has dishonourable intentions of his own towards the bride-to-be.

With more twists than a page boy’s stockings, the story of Mozart’s comic opera will surprise and delight you at every turn. Come for the music and stay for the cross-dressing hilarity, all unfolding over the course of one crazy, topsy-turvy day in the Almaviva household. Royal Opera Music Director Antonio Pappano conducts a truly international cast in David McVicar’s timeless production. (recorded on 11 and 22 January 2022)

 

 

Riccardo Fassi (Figaro), Giulia Semenzato (Susanna), Germán E. Alcántara (Count Almaviva), Federica Lombardi (Countess Almaviva), Hanna Hipp (Cherubino), Gregory Bonfatti (Don Basili), Monica Bacelli (Marcellina), Gianluca Buratto (Bartolo), Jeremy White (Antonio), Alexandra Lowe (Barbarina) and  Alasdair Elliott (Don Curzio).

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

4hrs (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Sunday 30 April 2:00 pm
Mozart

Servants Figaro and Susanna are filled with excitement on their wedding day, but there’s a hitch: their employer, the Count Almaviva, has dishonourable intentions of his own towards the bride-to-be.

With more twists than a page boy’s stockings, the story of Mozart’s comic opera will surprise and delight you at every turn. Come for the music and stay for the cross-dressing hilarity, all unfolding over the course of one crazy, topsy-turvy day in the Almaviva household. Royal Opera Music Director Antonio Pappano conducts a truly international cast in David McVicar’s timeless production. (recorded on 11 and 22 January 2022)

 

 

Riccardo Fassi (Figaro), Giulia Semenzato (Susanna), Germán E. Alcántara (Count Almaviva), Federica Lombardi (Countess Almaviva), Hanna Hipp (Cherubino), Gregory Bonfatti (Don Basili), Monica Bacelli (Marcellina), Gianluca Buratto (Bartolo), Jeremy White (Antonio), Alexandra Lowe (Barbarina) and  Alasdair Elliott (Don Curzio).

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

4hrs (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Wednesday 24 May 7:15 pm
Tchaikovsky

The Sleeping Beauty holds a very special place in The Royal Ballet’s heart and history. It was the first performance given by the Company when the Royal Opera House reopened at Covent Garden in 1946 after World War II. In 2006, this original staging was revived and has been delighting audiences ever since. Frederick Ashton famously cited the pure classicism of Marius Petipa’s 19th-century ballet as a private lesson in the atmospheric art and craft of choreography. Be swept away by Tchaikovsky’s ravishing music and Oliver Messel’s sumptuous fairytale designs with this true gem from the classical ballet repertory.

3hrs and 25 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Dance
Sunday 28 May 2:00 pm
Tchaikovsky

The Sleeping Beauty holds a very special place in The Royal Ballet’s heart and history. It was the first performance given by the Company when the Royal Opera House reopened at Covent Garden in 1946 after World War II. In 2006, this original staging was revived and has been delighting audiences ever since. Frederick Ashton famously cited the pure classicism of Marius Petipa’s 19th-century ballet as a private lesson in the atmospheric art and craft of choreography. Be swept away by Tchaikovsky’s ravishing music and Oliver Messel’s sumptuous fairytale designs with this true gem from the classical ballet repertory.

3hrs and 25 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Tuesday 13 June 7:15 pm
Giuseppe Verdi

Passions run high as Manrico and the Count di Luna compete for the affections of Leonora. Little do they know, Manrico’s mother Azucena has been keeping a terrible secret for decades. Soon a curse from the past will rise up from the ashes with devastating implications for them all.

Starring Ludovic Tézier and Jamie Barton, Adele Thomas’s energetic staging sets Verdi’s tale in a Hieronymus Bosch-inspired universe of medieval superstition. Antonio Pappano conducts Verdi’s dramatic score, which features the famous ‘Anvil’ chorus.

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

3hrs and 25 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children
Opera
Sunday 18 June 2:00 pm
Giuseppe Verdi

Passions run high as Manrico and the Count di Luna compete for the affections of Leonora. Little do they know, Manrico’s mother Azucena has been keeping a terrible secret for decades. Soon a curse from the past will rise up from the ashes with devastating implications for them all.

Starring Ludovic Tézier and Jamie Barton, Adele Thomas’s energetic staging sets Verdi’s tale in a Hieronymus Bosch-inspired universe of medieval superstition. Antonio Pappano conducts Verdi’s dramatic score, which features the famous ‘Anvil’ chorus.

Sung in Italian with English subtitles

3hrs and 25 minutes (including one interval)
13, £11 concessions, £4 children

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