La Boheme

01/10/2015 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
London N6
£18 (£16 concession), £16 (14 concession)
020 8340 3488

In the shadows of the newly-built Eiffel Tower and Moulin Rouge, the Parisian bohemian community flourishes. Four young men have been trying to make their mark in literature, music, philosophy and art. Financially poor, they are nevertheless rich in camaraderie and romanticism. But this approach can only last so long: are they ready for the consequences when romance meets reality face to face?

Following on from last year’s stunning production of Verdi’s Rigoletto, Opera Loki is delighted to be returning to Upstairs at the Gatehouse in Highgate Village after an extended tour of France and the UK in 2015.

Part of a growing trend of bringing popular opera to trendy venues, the cast includes an impressive collection of British singing talent. Opera Loki is a small charity that aims to support singers early in their careers and brings opera in English to regional communities.

“I think the roars of approval at the end of the evening said it all. It was a cracking performance.”

“What an evening. The only place I expect to be made to cry is Covent Garden, but apparently not! They were wonderful. Such a beautiful voice from the lead, and a beautiful face to go with it”

La Boheme is directed by Laura Attridge, musically directed by Harry Sever and produced by Jane Gray.

Sung in English with a translation by Amanda Holden

Published by Amanda Allbright

Marketing Manager at British Quality Foundation