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Pop Up Opera

Pop Up Opera

Brambletye School is delighted and excited to be hosting the Pop Up Opera who, will be performing their new Mozart Double Bill: Der Schauspieldirektor & Bastien und Bastienne on 11th May in the Brambletye School theatre.   Pop-Up Opera is an innovative touring opera company which aims to broaden the appeal of opera and to challenge the way opera is performed, by taking it into unusual spaces and making it intimate and engaging. The company aims to reach those who are hesitant about opera, as well as dedicated opera lovers.

https://www.popupopera.co.uk/productions/mozart-double-bill-der-schauspieldirektor-bastien-und-bastienne/brambletye-school-west-sussex/.  

Pop Up Opera’s “Der Schauspieldirektor & Bastien und Bastienne”.  

The production will be directed by New British Music Theatre Award nominee, Anna Pool, critically acclaimed for her bold and fierily original directing style. Sit back and enjoy two delicious one-act comedies in which a pair of actresses battle it out to be the prima donna, and a pair of lovers tease and test their feelings for each other. These brilliant gems showcase Mozart’s gorgeous music and sense of playfulness, the first written in the last 5 years of his life and the second when he was just 12 years old! Two lively and engaging stories to delight you either side of an interval.

 

In the Media:- Take your kids, take your parents, take yourself, for an eye-opening evening of raw talent” Bargain Theatre

“They’re serious about opera but know opera isn’t always serious” Performance Reviewed 

“This is opera for everyone, in the best possible way… an amazing combination of music and drama, and Pop-Up Opera have both in spades.” The Spy in the Stalls

“What more could one say about it? Just brilliant.” Everything Theatre

“Whether you love opera, or you’ve never been to one, be sure to catch this” Time Out

“Beautifully sung and superbly, expressively acted” The Times

“The marker of a good show is if I exit the venue wanting to tell everyone to go and see it – which is exactly what I did” Bachtrack

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