Die Fledermaus

Synopsis/Cast/Creatives

Die Fledermaus
Gabriel von Eisenstein is facing five days in prison, allowing his wife, Rosalinda, some illicit time alone with her lover, Alfred. Eisenstein's maid, Adele, is also looking forward to spending the evening at a fancy dress ball given by the eccentric Prince Orlovsky. When the Prison Governor arrives to take Eistenstein to prison, he is instead introduced to Alfred (who is 'entertaining' Rosalinda) and arrests the lover believing him to be Rosalinda's husband. Meanwhile, at the ball, the plot thickens... Sung in English with surtitles in English (and Welsh in Cardiff)

Performers Mary Elizabeth Williams (Rosalinde), Mark Stone (Elsenstein), Ben McAteer (Falke), Rhian Lois (Adele), Justina Gringyte (Orlofsky), Paul Charles Clarke (Alfred).
Music Johann Strauss. Company Welsh National Opera. Conductor Tomas hanus. Director John Coplet. Design Tim Reed. Costume Deirdre Clancy. Lighting Howard Harrison. Choreographer Stuart Hopps.

Tour details for Die Fledermaus

Between 10th November 2017 and 2nd December 2017 this tour will visit 3 venues in Liverpool, Bristol and Oxford. This production has already been seen in 2 venues since 20th May 2017.

Dates for Die Fledermaus (Opera or Operetta) tour


Fri, 10th November 2017 to Sat, 11th November 2017
  Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool» {1}

Fri, 17th November 2017 to Sat, 18th November 2017
  Hippodrome, Bristol» {1}

Fri, 1st December 2017 to Sat, 2nd December 2017
  New Theatre, Oxford» {1}
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