Directed by renowned producer Ellen Kent, operas "Aida" and "Nabucco" head to the New Wimbledon Theatre and the New Victoria Theatre, Woking this month, and you can now save up to 55% on tickets to the show and venue of your choice.
New Wimbledon Theatre
7:30pm, 11 April ("Nabucco")
7:30pm, 12 April ("Aida")
New Victoria Theatre, Woking
7:30pm, 18 April ("Nabucco")
7:30pm, 19 April ("Aida")
About the shows
Giuseppe Verdi's "Nabucco" was the first opera directed by celebrated producer Ellen Kent, whose stage shows are known for spectacular scenery, elegant costumes and special effects. Featuring the "Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves", it follows the plight of the Jews as they are forced into exile by King Nabucco.
"Aida" is the latest production from the company and is set in the dusty plains and dramatic grandeur of ancient Egypt. It tells the tragic love story of slave girl Aida and her Egyptian hero, Radames.
"Surrounded by powerful music… huge sets… magnificent costumes, you are transported to a different world" -- What'sOnStage ("Nabucco")