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The Silver Tassie follows the fortunes of a group of young men and their families at the time of the First World War. Leaving for the trenches, Harry Heegan and his friends are euphoric: they have won the football cup - the silver tassie - and believe themselves invincible. In music at once visceral and tender, Turnage evokes the spectral domain of the battlefield and the shattered lives of the returning men.

Music Mark-Anthony Turnage. Lyrics Amanda Holden.

Archive listings for The Silver Tassie

Work type: Opera or Operetta.

T1537468174

Company Druid Ireland.
21 Sep 10 to 25 Sep 10The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L425554017

T1335115004

Revival. Running time 2 hours 10 minsCompany English National Opera. Conductor Paul Daniel. Director Bill Bryden. Design William Dudley. Lighting Mark Henderson (original lighting design). Lighting Nick Moran (revival lighting design). Choreographer Stuart Hopps. Performer Garry Magee (Harry). Performer Susan Parry (Susie). Performer Anne-Marie Owens (Mrs Heegan). Performer David Kempster (David Kempster (Teddy). Performer Leslie John Flanagan (Barney). Performer Mark Le Brocq (Dr Maxwell). Performer John Graham-Hall (Sylvester Heegan). Performer Vivian Tierney (Mrs Foran). Performer Alison Roddy (Jessie Taite). Performer Gerard O'Connor (The Croucher). Performer Bradley Daley (Staff Officer). Performer Leigh Melrose (Corporal).
26 Jun 02 to 6 Jul 02London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L0901214009

T897197844

World Premiere.Company English National Opera. Company The Dallas Opera. Conductor Paul Daniel. Director Bill Bryden. Design William Dudley. Lighting Mark Henderson. Lighting Nick Moran. Choreographer Stuart Hopps. Performer Gerald Finley (Harry Heegan). Performer Sarah Connolly (Susie Monican). Performer Vivian Tierney (Mrs Foran). Performer Mary Hegarty (Jessie Taite). Performer David Kempster (Teddy Foran). Performer Leslie John Flanagan (Barney Bagnal). Performer Anne Howells (Mrs Heegan). Performer John Graham-Hall (Sylvester Heegan). Performer Mark Le Brocq (Dr Maxwell).
16 Feb 00 to 3 Mar 00London Coliseum, West End :: V376
listing details L01343756298

Other listings

14 Sep 10 to 18 Sep 10The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L1355718744

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