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Water and Steam Museum Interior
Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia

London Museum of Water & Steam, Kew

After sell-out success during our first performance here in Spring 2016, we are thrilled to be returning to this unique London venue, performing amongst the steam engines of this Victorian waterworks! With high ceilings, steam engines galore and a garden to have a pre-show drink in, what better place to experience a spot of opera this Summer?

Join us here on Tuesday 12th July, 7.30pm

Tickets are £25 for adults and £20 for concessions (under 18s and students with valid ID) in the ground floor seated area, or £17.50 for standing/restricted view seating options in the gallery area (accessed by a flight of stairs only).

For only £5 extra you can make a full evening by having a pre-show meal in the Museum's cafe/bar of hearty sausages & mash (vegetarian option available), served from 6pm.

Tickets available from Water & Steam museum website here or by calling the Museum on 020 8568 4757

A cash-bar will also be available for pre-show drinks from 7pm and during the interval - with the opportunity to walk around the museum's largest steam engines and gardens, before taking your seats for an 7.30pm performance start.

Doors at 7pm (unless eating, which is from 6pm) with performance start at 7.30pm.

All proceeds go to the Museum's charitable fund.

Date:

12.07.16

Language:
Italian
Captions:
English
Running Time:
2 hours 15 mins (includes 20-min interval)

Review:

"Nothing quite compares with Pop-up in the sheer exuberance of their productions. And this Barber of Seville may be the best thing they have yet done."

The Express *****

[Read full article here]

Venue Information

Venue Description:
The London Museum of Water and Steam is housed in the old Kew Bridge Waterworks and has one of the largest collections of working Victorian steam engines in the world. The Waterworks was responsible for providing the capital with safe drinking water for over a century following the cholera epidemic. Today the Museum is a not-for-profit charity whose mission is to tell the story of London’s water supply and to maintain the engines of the industrial revolution for generations to come.

In a room full of steam engines, this usual space plays for a unique experience for our opera audiences!
Facilities:
  • check signs)
  • Parking (for 23 cars + free on-street parking after 6pm,
  • Toilets
  • Disabled accessed
  • Cafe / Bar (serving pre-show and interval drinks)
  • Free WiFi

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