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ENO - The Magic Flute (LIVE)

  • 09 Mar 2016
  • 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Empire Cinema - Sutton




Directed by:Simon McBurney

Conductor:Mark Wigglesworth

Distributor:Altivemedia

Release Date:09/03/2016

Country:United Kingdom

Language:English

Genre:Opera; 

BBFC Consumer Advice:This 'As Live' certificate has been provided for cinema exhibition on the basis of information provided by the distributor and without the material being viewed prior to exhibition.

PLEASE NOTE this performance starts promptly at the advertised time.

Live from the London Coliseum in stunning HD. The Magic Flute is one of the greatest and most popular operas ever written. Mozart’s timeless classic explores the search for true love and wisdom as the royal prince Tamino and the bird-catcher Papageno must overcome a series of trials in order to rescue the princess Pamina from the grasp of the manipulative Queen of Night.

This is a fantastically theatrical and imaginative staging from Complicite Theatre’s artistic director Simon McBurney where live sound effects and breathtaking animations help bring this captivating tale to life.

The unforgettable storytelling will be matched by music-making of the very highest level, with ENO Music Director Mark Wigglesworth conducting a world-class cast including Allan Clayton as Tamino and Lucy Crowe as Pamina.

‘Startling humour and theatrical wizardry’ The Observer

The Magic Flute is sung and surtitled in English | Running time: 2hrs 55mins

Creative Team:
Conductor: Mark Wigglesworth
Director: Simon McBurney
Set Designer: Michael Levine
Costume Designer: Nicky Gillibrand
Lighting Designer: Jean Kalman
Movement: Josie Daxter
Video Designer: Finn Ross
Sound Designer: Gareth Fry
Translator: Stephen Jeffreys

Cast:
Tamino: Allan Clayton
Pamina: Lucy Crowe
Papageno: Peter Coleman-Wright
Sarastro: James Creswell
Queen Of Night: Ambur Braid
Speaker: Darren Jeffrey
Monostatos: John Graham-Hall
Papagena: Soraya Mafi

A collaboration with Complicite.
Co-production with Dutch National Opera and the International Festival of Lyric Art, Aix-en-Provence.
Original production supported by ENO’s Contemporary Opera Group and the English National Opera Trust









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