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WNO: La Bohème

When Annabel Arden’s sensitive and insightful production was first performed in 2012, it was welcomed with open arms by both audiences and critics. It’s a vivid portrait of bohemian life in Paris, enhanced with atmospheric projections. This production makes us think we are meeting Mimì, Rodolfo and friends for the first time, even if we’ve seen this utterly romantic opera before.... Read more >>

Running time: 2 hours 10 minutes (including interval)

WNO: La Bohème

WNO: La Bohème Overview

When Annabel Arden’s sensitive and insightful production was first performed in 2012, it was welcomed with open arms by both audiences and critics. It’s a vivid portrait of bohemian life in Paris, enhanced with atmospheric projections. This production makes us think we are meeting Mimì, Rodolfo and friends for the first time, even if we’ve seen this utterly romantic opera before.

Running time approximately two hours and 10 minutes including one interval Sung in Italian with surtitles in English (and Welsh in Cardiff and Llandudno)

 

Cast & Creative

Conductor Manlio Benzi
Director Annabel Arden
Designer Stephen Brimson Lewis
Lighting Designer Tim Mitchell
Video Designer Nina Dunn for Knifedge
Choreographer Philippe Giraudeau

Mimi Marina Costa-Jackson (28 Jan, 2, 4, 11 & 15 Feb; 23 & 30 March; 5 & 7 April)
      TBC (3 Feb, 22 & 29 March; 19, 21, 26, 28 April)
Rodolfo Dominick Chenes (28 Jan, 2, 4, 11 & 15 Feb; 23 & 30; March, 5 & 7 April)
         Matteo Lippi (3 Feb, 22 & 29 March; 19, 21, 26 & 28 April)
Marcello Gary Griffiths
Musetta Lauren Fagan
Colline TBA
Schaunard Gareth Brynmor John

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