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La Tragédie de Carmen - Autumn 2018

NSPCC in Hope Church, Islington

Back on our home turf we cannot wait to perform in Islington in Hope Church for such a worthy cause as NSPCC*

Join us here on THURSDAY 11TH OCTOBER at 19:30 - doors open at 19:00

Tickets are £65 to include welcome drink, performance & programme, interval drinks & nibbles, post performance drinks & finger food. 

For tickets please email Cathy Farquharson: [email protected]


This performance will run approximately 1 hour 40 minutes including a 20 minute interval. 

*The NSPCC is the UK's leading children's charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected to recover.


Date:

11.10.18

Language:
French
Captions:
English
Running Time:
80 minutes (not including interval)

Review:

"Though it may be much smaller in scale than a traditional performance of Carmen, there’s nothing half-hearted about this production, which brims over throughout with passion, intensity and obvious talent."

The Blog of Theatre Things

[Read full article here]

Venue Information

Venue Description:

Hope Church Islington, is an Anglican church on Holloway Road in north London. It is located in St Mary Magdalene Gardens opposite Islington Central Library. St Mary Magdalene is part of the Parish of Hope Church Islington (previously the Parish of St Mary Magdalene and St David). In 2013 its sister church St David's on Westbourne road was reopened so St Mary Magdalene now functions as one of two worship sites of the Parish, with a single leadership and a staff team. The early 19th century building accommodates the activities of the church congregation, including church services, a winter night shelter, 'Mini Mags' – a toddlers group, and provides spaces to other users. Baptisms and confirmations, marriages and funerals are regularly held here.


This performance is in aid of NSPCC - The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is a charity campaigning and working in child protection in the United Kingdom and the Channel Islands. For more details on the charity go to https://www.nspcc.org.uk/

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