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Thu 26 Mar 7pm, 28, 30 Mar & 1, 3 & 4 Apr 7.30pm (open dress rehearsal Wed 25 Mar 7.30pm)
 
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OperaGlass Works: The Turn of the ScrewFollowing glowing reviews for its debut production, The Rake's Progress in 2017, OperaGlass Works returns to Wilton's Music Hall with its second opera, Benjamin Britten's haunting thriller The Turn of the Screw. Staged by the same production team, the new production focuses on the enchanting classic ghost story element of the opera. Conducted by John Wilson with his own hand-picked orchestra, The Turn of the Screw is directed by Selina Cadell, designed by Tom Piper, and with costumes by BAFTA Award winner, Rosalind Ebutt. Singing the leading role of Quint is Robert Murray, who sang the role of Tom Rakewell in OperaGlass Works' acclaimed debut.

 

About Wilton's Music Hall

In the nineteenth century, Wilton's Music Hall was a great mirrored hall lit by a vast chandelier, with 27,000 crystals and 300 gas jets. Opera, operetta, variety shows and old-style music hall were played out to raucous cockney audiences of over 2000. More about Wilton's Music Hall

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OperaGlass Works: The Turn of the Screw  OperaGlass Works The Rake's Progress, Robert Murray and Victoria Simmonds, photo: Catherine Ashmore  

   
OperaGlass Works: The Turn of the Screw - OperaGlass Works The Rake's Progress, Robert Murray and Victoria Simmonds, photo: Catherine Ashmore

OperaGlass Works: The Turn of the Screw OperaGlass Works The Rake's Progress, Robert Murray and Victoria Simmonds, photo: Catherine Ashmore 


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PRICING  £12.50-£30, £10-27.50 (concs) | Dress rehearsal £7.50-£20, £5-£17.50 (concs)
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