T0131574764 (ENO08)New Production. The story of the murderous Punch and his desire to possess Pretty Polly. Harrison Birtwistle’s controversial first opera, premiered at Aldeburgh in 1968Corporate Sponsor skyARTS (Coliseum). Producer English National Opera. Conductor Edward Gardner. Director Daniel Kramer. Conductor Edward Gardner. Design Giles Cadle. Lighting Peter Mumford. Choreographer Quinny Sacks. Performer Andrew Shore (Punch). Performer Lucy Schaufer (Judy). Performer Gillian Keith (Polly). Performer Graham Clark (Lawyer). Performer Ashley Holland (Choregos).
|19 Apr 08 to 27 Apr 08||The Young Vic, West End :: V245|
listing details L1919536137
|19 Apr 08 to 27 Apr 08||London Coliseum, West End :: V376|
listing details L596822847
T1140306707 (ROH08)Sung in English. Approx. Running time: 1 hour 45 mins, no interval. The Peter Moores Foundation has supported Music Theatre Wales in reviving this production.Producer Royal Opera House 2. Producer Music Theatre Wales. Conductor Michael Rafferty. Director Michael McCarthy. Design Simon Banham. Lighting Ace McCarron. Performer Gwion Thomas (Punch). Performer Jeremy Huw Williams (Choregos/Jack Ketch). Performer Allison Bell (Pretty Polly/Witch). Performer Graeme Danby (Doctor). Performer Peter Hoare (Lawyer). Performer Carol Rowlands (Judy/Fortune Teller).
|17 Mar 08 to 20 Mar 08||Royal Opera House, West End :: V377|
listing details L1891871898
T1915576755 (PODDECO04)A dark re-telling of Punch's life, his marriage, the birth of his child, his murders and his final judgement and redemption, supported by a colourful supporting cast of rubber blow-up dolls, shadow puppets and glove puppets.Company Tiger Lillies.
|9 Aug 04 to 29 Aug 04||Pod Deco, Edinburgh :: V1761505785|
listing details L1218815293