Carmen

Wed 29th Feb – Sat 3rd Mar 2012

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“BOpS presents a bold reinterpretation of Bizet's opera with a newly written libretto set in the 1920s at the time of the Prohibition. ”

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SUMMARY

Bristol University Operatic Society presents Carmen

A bold reinterpretation of Georges Bizet's opera with a newly written libretto set in the 1920s at the time of the Prohibition.

Mister Joe has moved to New York in search of a new start and is working as a barman at a cabaret club, where Carmen is the star of the show. He is torn between his love for the fiery Carmen and the sweet Mary-Jane from his life back home. He is soon embroiled in the murky underworld of the Prohibition speakeasies, whilst Carmen falls for the baseball player Oscar Miller. As this love triangle unfolds it soon emerges that Carmen’s fate is no longer in her own hands.

29th February - 3rd March

7.30pm

Please note that the Gala Performance on Saturday 3rd March includes a Black Tie Champagne Reception starting at 6pm.

Tickets available from www.ubutheatre.com/carmen.

Conducted by Alex Groves

Directed by Rebecca Hanbury & Charlie Martin

For more information, please visit: http://www.facebook.com/events/230798530338136

Sponsored by the White Harte and The Burger Joint.

Admission: £4 – £8

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