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Event Welsh National Opera, Conwy
Tuesday 8th March – Saturday 12th March 2016, Venue Cymru, Llandudno

The second half of the 2015/16 opera season kicks off in March, and it promises to be truly exciting and invigorating, with a wide variety of different performances bound to captivate its audiences. For a wonderful evening (or two or three!) of culture and incredible voices, you need head no further than the Venue Cymru in Llandudno.

The Welsh National Opera has been stunning audiences since 1943, and plays host to some of the finest voices on the planet, offering up truly magical performances all across the world. Their three performances for Spring 2016 are entirely new productions, meaning that you are guaranteed to see something dazzling that you’ve never seen before.

What are those productions, we hear you ask. First of all, there is Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, taking place on Tuesday 8th and Friday 11th March. Then there is Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, which you can enjoy on Wednesday 9th and Saturday 12th. Lastly, you can also take in Figaro Gets a Divorce by Langer and Pountney, which is being performed on Thursday 10th March. Three incredible shows to choose from.

 

Image Credit: Richard Hubert Smith (permission given by Welsh National Opera).

 

Location

Venue Cymru is found in Llandudno, it is well signposted in Llandudno. 

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