Opera North’s Whistle Stop Opera, The Magic Flute, will be popping up across the East Riding this October Half Term. It will be a chance to try something new with this family-friendly show in Hornsea, Bridlington, Goole and Beverley.
Join a cast of three professional opera singers and an accordionist on a new whistle-stop adventure, inspired by Mozart’s popular work, The Magic Flute. Suitable for all the family, this performance is sure to get everyone hooked on opera.
The show is a noble quest to save the climate…
Prince Tamino has fallen madly in love with the beautiful Pamina, daughter of the Queen of the Night. All appears well in the kingdom, but there’s something strange afoot in this mythical world…
Much to the confusion of bird-catcher Papageno, birds are disappearing. Animals are no longer coming out to hear Tamino’s music. The magical world of flutes and dancing bells is changing, and it’s up to Tamino to do something about it before it’s too late!
The performances last 45 minutes and will be at :
11:00am: Monday, 25 October – Hornsea Multi-Service Centre, Hornsea Hub
2:30pm: Monday, 25 October – Bridlington Spa
2pm: Thursday, 28 October – Goole Junction
2pm: Friday, 29 October – Beverley Library, Treasure House
Tickets cost £7. Tickets for Hornsea, Beverley and Bridlington are available from Bridlington Spa Box Office on 01262 678258 or Bridspa.com
Tickets for Goole are available from the Junction Goole Box Office on 01405 763652 or junctiongoole.co.uk
This event is part of Classically Yours, an award-winning long-term partnership project between Orchestras Live and East Riding of Yorkshire Council which aims to engage new audiences with orchestral music by addressing the inequalities of opportunity to access high quality live orchestral music in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
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