ANNA NICOLE AT THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE

Anna Nicole at the Royal Opera House
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ANNA NICOLE AT THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE



Written by Esme Rees
09 Tuesday 09th September 2014

Who could resist an evening of entertainment outlined by The Telegraph as ‘Flamboyantly vulgar and fabulously entertaining’ and described as ‘A big, beautiful, busty hit’ by Metro?! Furthermore, Royal Opera House are offering Don't Panic followers a big, beautiful, busty discount, at almost half price for Orchestra Stalls, Stalls Circle and Amphitheatre. Anna Nicole (by Mark-Anthony Turnage) opening the new season at the Royal Opera House is clearly not one to miss!

Richard Jones’s Olivier-nominated production mixes comedy and tragedy, and boldly confronts the nature of modern celebrity culture. Conducted by Antonio Pappano, the music fuses jazz, blues and music theatre with more traditional operatic language. Highlights include Anna’s wedding scene, in which she declares her intention to live the ‘American Dream’; a rowdy party, complete with jazz trio; an Expressionist interlude showing the decline of Anna’s fortunes; the long, hopeless list of pills sung by Anna's son Daniel; and Anna’s poignant final lament sung over Daniel's dead body.
 
Tickets are now only £38 in the Orchestra Stalls and Stalls Circle, and £15 in the Amphitheatre for performances on 13 September at 7pm, and 16, 18, 20 and 24 September at 7.30pm (usual price for Orchestra Stalls and Stalls Circle is £70, and for Amphitheatre is £20).

This production includes extreme language, drug abuse and sexual content.
 
To book, visit www.roh.org.uk/annanicole and enter the code annapanic into the 'Do you have a code?' box, situated above the seating plan on the booking page, and click 'update'. Tickets subject to availability. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, or on tickets already purchased. Only valid on performances on 13 September at 7pm, and 16, 18, 20 and 24 September at 7.30pm

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