• The Threepenny Opera


    Book & Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht Music by Kurt Weill
    English Adaption by Marc Blitzstein
    A co-production from Northern Ireland Opera and Lyric Theatre
    Directed by Walter Sutcliffe

    27 Jan - 10 Feb

    Tickets

    £13.00- £24.50

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  • Dates & Times

    27 Jan - 10 Feb

    Tues - Sat: 7.45
    Sun Matinee: 2.30pm

  • Accessible Performances

    Audio described performance: Thurs, 08 Feb – 7.45pm

  • Prices

    27, 28, 30 Jan: £13.00
    Off Peak (Tues - Thurs and matinees): £15
    Peak (Fri & Sat): £24.50
    Students, unemployed people, and under 20s any performance except Friday and Saturday night: £10.00
    Over 65's any matinee: £10

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    Directed by Walter Sutcliffe

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Northern Ireland Opera and the Lyric Theatre present Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s thrilling and darkly comic masterpiece The Threepenny Opera, featuring classic songs like ‘The Ballad of Mack the Knife’ and ‘Pirate Jenny’.

Mack the Knife – gangster, celebrity, addict – secretly marries Polly Peachum, daughter of London’s most successful conman. Mr Peachum’s quest for revenge sets off a series of conflicts that expose the double dealings at the heart of society. How can anyone win when there is nobody left to trust?

Directed by Northern Ireland Opera Artistic Director Walter Sutcliffe, and conducted by Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble conductor Sinead Hayes, The Threepenny Opera features some of Northern Ireland’s best musical theatre talent Mark Dugdale, Jayne Wisener and Kerri Quinn, internationally renowned baritone Steven Page, and local favourite Matthew Cavan (aka Cherrie Ontop).

 

Book and Lyrics by Bertolt Brecht. Music by Kurt Weill.

English adaption by Marc Blitzstein.

Presented through special arrangement with R&H Theatricals: www.rnh.com

 

Please note this performance contains strong language, sexual references and some scenes of a sexual natures.

Bertolt Brecht - Book & Lyrics

Kurt Weill - Music

Marc Blitzstein - English Adaptation

Walter Sutcliffe - Director

Dorota Karolczak - Set & Costume Designer

Wolfgang Goebbel - Lighting Designer

Judith Wiemers - Assistant Director/Outreach

Keith McAlister - Repetiteur