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Even you, lights, cannot hear me

Date:

08/08/2017


Even you, lights, cannot hear me

Even you, lights, cannot hear me is a new operatic spectacle composed by Simone Spagnolo, based on a monologue by Anton Chekov's The Seagull. Two singers, depicted as two beings embodied into one entity, wonder a surreal, yet exquisite cosmos, in which nothingness and wholeness coexist, timelessly. Composed by award-winning artist Simone Spagnolo, this work merges elements of operatic singing, chamber music and performance art, whilst challenging the contemporary notion of opera. Try to imagine a spaceless world, where a two-headed creature sings, in perpetual motion, and the sound of a piano echoes through all its harmonics. An operatic experience, an inextricable blend of music and theatre: a glimpse of life after the world’s end.

The performances take place on 8th, 11th and 12th August at the Bridewell Theatre (14 Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ), and tickets are £15.

More information and booking links can be found at http://www.opera-in-the-city.com/even-you-lights-nero-monologues

 

Information

Date: DA Tuesday, August 08, 2017 a Saturday, August 12, 2017

Entry : Free


Location:

Bridewell Theatre, 14 Bride Lane, Fleet Street, Lo

2525