Don Giovanni

NEW PRODUCTION SPRING 2016

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Don Giovanni – womaniser, seducer, rapist, murderer.

The compelling tale of one man’s rampage through the hearts and minds of every woman he meets, taking no prisoners, and living every day as though it was his last, until finally he is confronted with the terrifying consequences of his own debauchery.

Sung in Italian with English surtitles, with either a 6-piece orchestral ensemble or piano accompaniment, dependent on venue.

Not recommended for under 12s.

Running time: 2 hrs 50 minutes including one 20-minute interval.

Currently confirmed 2016 performances, with booking information:

MacRobert Arts Centre, University of Stirling.
Friday 15th April 2016. 7.30pm
Old Palace, Hatfield House*.
Wednesday 20th April 2016. 7.30pm
Lancaster Grand Theatre.
Saturday 4th June 2016. 7.30pm 
Brighton Open Air Theatre.
Friday 10th June 2016. 6.30pm  
Rendall Hall, Rye St. Antony School, Oxford.
Saturday 25th June 2016. 7.30pm
Marlborough College, Wiltshire.
Saturday 9th July 2016. 7.30pm
Book at operaluna.com or telephone 01793 524481
Nantclwyd y dre, Ruthin, N. Wales*.
Saturday 23rd July 2016. 6.30pm
BOOK HERE
Gawsworth Hall, Cheshire.
Sunday 24th July 2016. 6.30pm
BOOK HERE or telephone 01260 223456
Ayr Gaiety Theatre.
Wednesday 19th October 2016. 7.30pm
BOOKING OPENS SOON
Blackwood Miners Institute, Caerphilly.
Tueesday 25th October 2016. 7.30pm
BOOKING OPENS SOON

We expect to announce more confirmed dates soon, so please check back!

* denotes venue with keyboard accompaniment only

PRAISE FOR DON GIOVANNI SO FAR:

“I attended the Don last night with a friend who also regularly attends Scottish Opera. We both loved your Don, well staged well acted, extremely well sung. And a fabulous ensemble in the pit, finely directed. Please pass my thanks to all involved, you don’t get performances like that without years of experience and stacks of diligent work. Thanks for a wonderful night”

“I attended the Don last night with a friend who also regularly attends Scottish Opera. We both loved your Don, well staged well acted, extremely well sung. And a fabulous ensemble in the pit, finely directed. Please pass my thanks to all involved, you don’t get performances like that without years of experience and stacks of diligent work. Thanks for a wonderful night”

“We all thought it was amazing! Exceptionally good. My mum left saying that Don Giovanni was now her favourite opera (it had, for as long as I can remember (and at least for two decades), been la bohème). That is quite an achievement, especially as she has seen Don Giovanni before.”

“The whole cast was indeed excellent…. Stellar performances all round, and everyone well cast. ….you consistently put on quality shows that are fresh yet authentic… Were I a newspaper critic, you’d be getting five stars.”