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A chamber opera. A blend of music, drama and visual image based on Chekhov's Three Sisters. In December 1900 the lighthouse supply ship Hesperus, based in Stromness, Orkney, went on its routine tour of duty to the Flannan Isles lighthouse in the Outer Hebrides. The lighthouse was empty. All three beds and the table looked as if they had been left in a hurry and the lamp, through out was in perfect working order. The men had disappeared into thin air. The play explores what might have happened in the days and hours leading up to this mysterious discovery. The Jette Parker Young Artists present a fully staged performance in the Linbury Studio Theatre, in one of the most popular highlights of Meet the Young Artists Week.

Performers Samuel Sakker (Sandy/First Officer), Yuriy Yurchuk (Blazes/Second Officer), David Shipley (Arthur/Third Officer), Colin J. Scott (Keyboard).
Music Peter Maxwell-Davies. Lyrics Peter Maxwell-Davies. Presented by Jette Parker Young Artists. Conductor Jonathan Santagada. Director Greg Eldridge. Design Alyson Cummings. Lighting Warren Letton. Company Southbank Sinfonia.

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T01478745547. Details of all The Lighthouse archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S3989

Archive Listings

22 Oct 15
24 Oct 15
Royal Opera House
West End
Greater London

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