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Set in Lima, Peru, this whimsical tale of love between two street singers and of intrigue in high places is brought to life by a cluster of comic characters who weave their way through a convoluted plot, interlaced with Offenbach's sparkling music. Performances start in the early evening and there is a long dinner interval when audiences can picnic or dine in the marquees, with catering provided by Jamie Oliver's Fabulous Feasts. Audience members may arrive from 16:00Performers Naomi O'Connell (La Perichole), Robert Murray (Piquillo), Geoffrey Dolton (Don Andres de Ribeira), Mark Wilde (Le Comte Miguel de Panatellas), Jennifer Rhys-Davies (Guadalena), Diana Montague (Berginella), Fiona Kimm (Mastrilla), Anna Gillingham (Manuelita), Lilly Papaioannou (Brambilla), Andrew Dickinson (1st Notary), Oliver Hunt (2nd Notary), Robert Gildon (1st Drinker/Jailor), Henry Manning (2nd Drinker).
Music Jacques Offenbach. Lyrics Meihac. Lyrics Halevy. Producer Garsington Opera. Company Garsington Opera Orchestra. Conductor David Parry. Director Jeremy Sams. Translation Jeremy Sams. Design Francis O'Connor. Choreographer Nick Winston. Lighting Bruno Poet.
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