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Wednesday 20th September 7.15pm (doors 6.45pm)Mozart's glorious opera The Magic Flute is brought enchantingly to life in David McVicar's production with beautiful sets by John Macfarlane.
Prince Tamino promises the Queen of the Night that he will rescue her daughter, Pamina, from the enchanter Sarastro. He begins his quest, accompanied by the bird-catcher Papageno - but all is not as it seems.
With Mauro Peter as Tamino; Siobhan Stagg as Pamina and Roderick Williams as Papageno. Directed by David McVicar, with beautiful sets by John Macfarlane.Opera12A
Tuesday 21st November 7.30pm (doors 7.00pm)David Hockney at The Royal Academy of Arts : A Bigger Picture 2012 & 82 Portraits and One Still Life 2016
Widely considered Britain's most popular artist, David Hockney, is a global sensation with exhibitions in London, New York, Paris and beyond, attracting millions of visitors worldwide.
Now entering his 9th decade, Hockney shows absolutely no evidence of slowing down or losing his trademark boldness. Featuring intimate and in-depth interviews with Hockney, this revealing film focuses on two blockbuster exhibtions held in 2012 and 2016 at The Royal Academy of Art in London.
Director Phil Grabsky secured privileged access to craft this cinematic celebration of a 21st centurey master of creativity.Art Exhibitions12A
Tuesday 5th December 7.15pm (doors 6.45pm)
The young Clara creeps downstairs on Christmas Eve to play with her favourite present - a Nutcracker doll. But the mysterious magician Drosselmeyer is waiting to sweep her off on a magical adventure.
Peter Wright's nigh-on definitive production for The Royal Ballet ranks as one of the most enduring and enchanting versions of The Nutcracker.BalletU
Tuesday 16th January 2018 7.15pm (doors 6.45pm)
David McVicar's acclaimed production of Verdi's potent and tragic opera is conducted by Alexander Joel, with an excellent cast led by Dimitri Platanias, Lucy Crowe and Michael Fabiano.
Rigoletto, court jester to the libertine Duke of Mantua, is cursed by the father of one of the Duke's victims for his irreverent laughter. When the Duke seduces Rigoletto's daughter Gilda, it seems the curse is taking effect.Opera12A