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    Smash-hit opera show TriOperas plays limited performances at London’s Peacock Theatre, fusing together three legendary operas with incredible theatrical displays. Produced under the patronage of UNESCO, the production is an original show that guarantees to dazzle audiences of all ages, opening at the West End venue in May 2018.

    Three classic operas are merged together in this unforgettable production that takes audiences on a rollercoaster of love, vengeance, sorrow and laughter. Each opera is shortened to create a spectacular triple bill that features Turandot, Butterfly and Carmen, with sublime songs including “Nessun Dorma”, “One Fine Day”, “Humming Chorus”, “Habanera” and “The Toreador Song”.

    TriOperas sees the renowned classics fused with punk, rap, rock and hip-hip, as well as impressive displays of acrobatics, kung-fu, puppetry, breakdancing, tap, ballet, salsa and Chinese lion wushu and parkour.

    Turandot is the bloodthirsty opera that follows a Chinese warrior princess, Butterfly sees a young Japanese geisha dream of a life in America with her naval officer lover, and Carmen is the well-known story of a wild Spanish gypsy girl who is ready to place her life on the line for the freedom to love whomever she pleases.

    A high-octane, adrenaline-fuelled experience, TriOperas is guaranteed to thrill audiences of every age. A sweeping journey of emotions that promises a highly eventful evening, the production plays at the Peacock Theatre London for a strictly limited season, from 23 May to 1 July 2018.

    Performance dates: 01 Jul 2018 - 01 Jul 2018

    Running time: 2 hours 35 minutes

    Age recommendation: Suitable for all ages

    Special notice: Opera fans will be thrilled by the merging of these three classics, which have been revamped for a modern audience. A unique production that is not to be missed!

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    Latest audience reviews

    Now, this is one of the Peacock's mish-mash performances of different art forms, and this show features... More

    u2fancat Top 200 reviewer31 May 2018

    Now, this is one of the Peacock's mish-mash performances of different art forms, and this show features three separate operas - hence the name. They each get their own, separate segment, with intervals between. The first is Turandot - and to be honest, I nearly left after it, I was so disappointed. I stayed out of curiosity about how they'd handle the other two. They have surtitles - but from the entire rear stalls, these are illegible, as they're not in the centre, but on screens to the sides, almost completely obscured, from the rear stalls, by lighting fixtures suspended from the balcony. They sing in English anyway.. and the singing is technically good, although not up to proper operatic standard. But oh, the awful arrangement, which sees Nessun Dorma butchered by the addition of a lazy, jazz-style backing track, never mind the words being replaced by English lyrics that bear no resemblance to the original. Terrible. Why, oh why.. predictably, tired as I was, I kept nodding off during this one. I'm happy to say that the others are much more successful. Next up is Madame Butterfly - although most of the staging of this is more reminiscent of a production of Miss Saigon. It works, I think, and the arial performers are most impressive. The evening ends with a rousing rendition of Carmen, featuring a bullfight with a most acrobatic bull, bearing a strong resemblance to a Chinese dragon! The songs work best in this segment, and I defy anyone to leave without whistling, singing, or humming the tunes. But that's Carmen for you. The little girl in the row in front of me certainly thought so - she was going mental, bouncing up and down on her seat at the end. I hope she stays a fan of Carmen for life. So, overall a very successful evening. Runs until the 1st of July, and is a great night out!

    u2fancat Top 200 reviewer31 May 2018

    I really enjoyed the show. I was surprised that there were not many people in the audience when the show... More

    lenkanavratilova 09 Jun 2018

    I really enjoyed the show. I was surprised that there were not many people in the audience when the show was really good...

    lenkanavratilova 09 Jun 2018
    juliapal Top 200 reviewer24 May 2018

    Amazing singers and musicians let down by a production that is WAY to busy and stage crew who randomly... More

    Anjo 29 May 2018

    Amazing singers and musicians let down by a production that is WAY to busy and stage crew who randomly wander about the set - the bull though, is awesome. Less would be WAY more.

    Anjo 29 May 2018
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