Cinema |
26th November 2014

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Royal Opera House | Live screening

Set in an idyllic vision of a southern Italian village square, Donizetti’s delightful opera tells of the romantic rivalry between the penniless Nemorino and the bumptious Sergeant Belcore for the love of the beautiful, bookish Adina, whose reading of the tale of Tristan and Isolde makes poor lovesick Nemorino think that the wonder-working Dr Dulcamara might have just the potion his heart requires. Witty, charming and ultimately deeply touching, this is Italian opera at its intoxicating best. No wonder L’elisir d’amore has long been among Donizetti’s most popular works.

Gaetano Donizetti

Felice Romani
Based on Eugène Scribe’s libretto Le Philtre written for Auber


Director: Annabel Arden
Conductor: Maurizio Benini                 
Designer: Lex Brotherston               
Lighting Designer: Giuseppe de Iorio 
Movement/Assistant Director: Leah Hausman 

London Philharmonic Orchestra
The Glyndebourne Chorus

Venue: Theatre
Time: 7.15pm prompt start 

Rec Age: 12+


26th November 2014

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