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Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia

St Mary the Virgin, Hurley, Berkshire

Pop-up are looking forward to performing in this beautiful old church which hides a wealth of interest in the course of its long history. This riverside village is much loved by film and TV location crews for its timeless qualities, and we are looking forward to bringing our show to it.

Come and see us on Saturday 11th February 2017 at 6:30pm (doors open 6pm)

Tickets £20 (£10 U18s, and limited family tickets £50)

Available online via:

or by calling: 01628 828160

You can also pre-order a delicious tapas supper for just £6.50!



Running Time:
2 hours 15 mins (includes 20-min interval)


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The Express *****

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Venue Information

Venue Description:
The first church was built around c.700 AD when St. Birinus passed up the Thames. The beautiful village of Hurley grew around the small Saxon church which has since been extended, demolished, repaired, extended and restored to make it the lovely building it is today, still true to its original form.

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