Opera in the Garden
After the success of 2021, Opera In The Garden returns for 2022!
Beneath the grandeur, elaborate sets and period costumes of traditional opera lie everyday dramas - characters embroiled in family feuds, relationship issues and the highs and lows of falling in and out of love.
This unique production by Rogue Opera weaves a modern story, with new original dialogue, through opera’s big tunes; the tear-jerkers, the crowd-pleasers and, of course, the drinking songs (all performed in their original languages). Encompassing friendship, betrayal, intrigue, love, laughter and mischief, it’s a great evening of entertainment.
Come and meet some of opera’s most famous characters, up close and personal, in Fullers’ fantastic pub gardens.
Tickets & Info
- £20 per person
- 14 June 2022 - 28 July 2022
- Arrive by 7.00pm for 7.30pm start (Unless otherwise stated)
- Multiple Venues
Friendship... Betrayal... Intrigue... Love... Laughter... Mischief...!
Rogue Opera’s ‘Opera Cabaret in the Garden’ presents the best (and worst) characters in opera, taking you though the big tunes, the tear-jerkers, the crowd-pleasers and, of course, the drinking songs.
From the classics, to the greatest hits you didn’t know you knew, to our favourite hidden gems, you'll be introduced to some of opera's infamous heroes, villains, lovers, jokers and martyrs and losers. With English dialogue woven throughout and all pieces sung in the original languages (plus an online program with full translations) this is a great show for the opera buff or opera-curious alike, with music from Bizet, Donizetti, Mozart, Puccini, Rossini, Verdi and more.
And while Opera is all about larger-than-life characters embroiled in high drama, the performers can be pretty Diva-like too! Rogue Opera’s cast of 5 will take you on a journey not only through their favourite opera personas, but also give you a behind the scenes, tongue-in-cheek look inside the world of the opera archetypes: “The Soprano”, “The Mezzo”, “The Tenor”, “The Baritone” and “The one on the piano”.
More show info
For full “opera drama”, most of the songs are sung in the original language – if you'd like to know more ahead of the event, or check in during the show, you can access our online programme with translations of all the pieces here.Find Out More