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The Magic Flute Artwork. An atmospheric painting of a King on his knees playing the flute up towards the stars. Within the stars there is the face of a woman looking down. All the colours are blue, purple and gold.

The Magic Flute

Prince Tamino falls in love with Pamina, the kidnapped daughter of the Queen of the Night, and must journey to rescue her with the help of the hapless Papageno. His quest will set him against forces of darkness and light and transform his understanding of the dream-like world in which he lives.

Directed by Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne, and Opera North regular James Hurley, this surreal tale of lovers, bird-catchers, and operatic queens offers an electrifying evening of magic, romance, and timeless music.

An utter delight.”

★★★★★ Opera Now on The Elixir Of Love



Presented by

Wild Arts

Age Guidance


Please note, no under 5s will be admitted to the auditorium.

Content Advice

This production includes references to violence and suicide, within a fairytale context.


In English. Please note, subtitles are not used in this production.

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