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Welsh National Opera: The Barber of Seville

9, 10, 29 + 30 September 2021

Donald Gordon Theatre

Mischievous trickery and action-packed fun.

Count Almaviva has fallen in love with Dr Bartolo’s ward Rosina, but the lecherous Bartolo has other ideas and plans to keep her for himself.

Almaviva enlists the help of local barber, Figaro, to outwit his plan, and through a series of comical events and deception Figaro takes on the role of matchmaker. Will he save the day and true love prevail?

Welsh National Opera’s much-loved production of The Barber of Seville – set around a traditional Spanish piazza – partners wonderfully with Rossini’s witty and expressive melodies.

With an unforgettable score including Figaro’s Aria, this is the perfect feel-good opera.

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Sung in English, with English and Welsh surtitles.

The performance on Thursday 30 September will be Audio Described.

START TIME: Wed - Fri, 7.15pm

RUNNING TIME: Approximately 2 hours 55 minutes (including an interval)

NATIONAL OPERA MULTI-BUY OFFER

Book two operas, save 10% (Applies to top 4 prices). The offer will be applied in your basket.

U16S OFFER

£5, when bought with a full price adult ticket. Please note that all under-16s must be seated with an adult aged 18 or above. All offers are subject to selected seats, allocations and availability.

COVID SAFETY

Please note that following latest Welsh Government guidelines, these performances will no longer be socially distanced.

We've implemented a number of safety measures to ensure our venue is Covid-safe and in line with the latest government and performing arts guidelines. Find out more here.

Entry into the building is currently via the south side doors next to Teras and opposite the Pierhead building.

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