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Information for Migrations at Theatre Royal Plymouth, Plymouth (Opera or Operetta). Since the beginning of time nature has migrated effortlessly, but when it comes to the human race it always seems more complicated. Through a series of six stories, by six writers from diverse backgrounds, Welsh National Opera explores migration from multiple angles: from the migration of birds to the sailing of The Mayflower 400 years ago; from the story of an Afro-Caribbean slave in Bristol to the experience of Indian doctors working in the NHS. Migrations is a hugely ambitious new opera by British composer Will Todd. An expanded WNO Orchestra is joined by a cast of 100 performers, including a gospel choir, Bollywood dancers and a children's chorus. Sung in English with surtitles in English (and Welsh in some venues)
Approximate runtime 2 hours 20 minutes (including any interval).


Peter Brathwaite (Pero Jones/Chief Mistawasis), David Shipley (John Pinney/Alexander Morris/Pin-Striped Man), Njabulo Madlala (Pero's Father)/Chief Ahtukukoo), Nadine Benjamin (Bridget/Emelda - not Nov 26), Marion Newman (Dawn), Tom Randle (Pero's Grandfather)/Councillor/Pay-Pay-See-See-Moo), Meeta Raval (Kadra), Isabelle Peters (Nadine), Simon Crosby Buttle (Michael Holbrook), Parvathi Subbiah (Ensemble), Zwakele Tshabalala (Chief Pee-Ay-Sis), Sian Meinir (Mrs Pinney), Fiona Harrison-Wolfe (Ann Holbrook), Gareth Dafydd Morris (Jim), Sarah-Jane Lewis (Ensemble/Bridget/Emelsa - Nov 26), Joe Roche (Pete), Felix Kemp (Adham), Julian Boyce (Senior Doctor), Natasha Agarwal (Neera)


Author: Will Todd
Lyrics(s): David Pountney, Sarah Woods, Eric Ngalle Charles, Shreya Sen-Handley, Edson Burton, Miles Chambers
Company: Welsh National Opera
Conductor: Matthew Kofi Waldren
Director(s): David Pountney, Abdul Shayek (associate director), Madeleine Kludje (associate director)
Design: Loren Elstein
Costume: April Dalton
Lighting: Zoe Spurr
Sound: Sebastian Frost
Choreographer: Melody Squire (and associate director)
Music: Jasdeep Singh Degun (additional music)
Other: Kim Samuels (Renewal Choir Chorus Master)


Migrations (tour) >

Saturday, 29th October 2022.

TOUR DETAILS: Migrations
VENUE DETAILS: Theatre Royal Plymouth
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Migrations at Theatre Royal Plymouth, PlymouthQTix Codes:
Listing: L1475147870
Production: T881274567
Event: S366476190
Venue: V895
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