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The story of Cinderella. Angelina (nicknamed Cinderella) lives wither her sisters Clorinda and Tisbe and their father Don Magnifico - all in poverty. Then the messengers arrive with news of a ball.

Music Gioachino Rossini.

Archive listings for Cinderella (la Cenerentola)

Work type: Opera or Operetta.


New Production. Sung in Italian with English titles.Company Opera North. Conductor Wyn Davies (not Feb17 25 Mar17 2/4). Conductor David Cowan (Feb17 25 Mar17 2/4). Director Aletta Collins. Design Giles Cadle. Costume Gabrielle Dalton. Lighting Matthew Haskins. Design Andrzej Goulding (projection designer). Performer Wallis Giunta (Cinderella)). Performer Sunnyboy Dladla (Don Ramiro). Performer Quirijn de Lang (Dandini). Performer Henry Waddington (Don Magnifico). Performer Sky Ingram (Clorinda). Performer Rosie Aldridge (Tisbe). Performer John Savournin (Alidoro).
16 Mar 17 to 18 Mar 17Grand Opera House, Belfast :: V548
listing details L1053439118
9 Mar 17 to 11 Mar 17The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L310208020
2 Mar 17 to 4 Mar 17Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L0376089014
16 Feb 17 to 25 Feb 17Grand Theatre and Opera House, Leeds :: V975
listing details L1987571376


Rossini’s magical Cinderella bursts into London’s Little Opera House just in time for Christmas, in a sparkling new version by Tony Britten. The classic fairytale is given a fresh, modern twist in this witty new production. Prince Ramiro falls for Angelina, the one girl who is unimpressed by his wealth and glamour, despite the attempts of her nouveau-riche sisters to turn his head. Cinderella is suitable for older children - please bear in mind it has a running time of over two hours including an interval. If you think that your family can manage that, we are sure you will have a wonderful time at the show!Producer Adam Spreadbury-Maher. Producer Robin Norton-Hale (for Opera Up Close). Adapted by Tony Britten. Director Emma Rivlin. Musical Director Andrew Macmillan. Performer Rowan Hellier. Performer Christopher Diffey. Performer Lawrence Olsworth Peter.
21 Dec 10 to 18 Feb 11The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235
listing details L064999722

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