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Posts with the tag "Giulio Cesare"


February Frenzy


  From operas for naughty children to a new tour and first visit to Dublin, it has been a busy month at Opera North. Have a look and listen to some of the links below to get a feel for what has been going on and what we are getting excited about. Read More


Cleopatra: Queen, Lover, Legend (extract)


She is ‘the wickedest woman in history; she is a pattern of female virtue. She is a public benefactor, builder of aqueducts and lighthouses; she is a selfish tyrant who tortures slaves for her entertainment. She is as playful as a child; she is as old as sin. She is C... Read More


A New Year Beating Back into Shape


So Christmas is come and gone, the New Year is upon us and it’s all hands on deck, no really, at Giulio Cesare. Saw the rig in place on the stage for the first time today. Seems so much bigger than when set up in the rehearsal room, and is obviously designed to fi... Read More