University College Opera presents Vanda
15 March 2004
The UCL Bloomsbury theatre is hosting the annual University College Opera on 26 and 27 March 2004.
University College Opera presents its 54th season with the British premiere of Dvorak's rarely performed Vanda - the story of a Polish Queen who sacrifices her life to save her people from German domination.
The five-act tragic opera presents the clash between love and duty, the pagan and Christian cultures of pre-medieval Europe, greed and self-sacrifice.
The show has already received rave reviews. Mr Robert Thicknesse said in the Times: "For a place without a music department, UCL certainly produces the goods with its annual opera productions, adventurous, spirited and accomplished."
To find out more about the show or to book tickets use the links below.