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Verdi’s La Traviata is famous for its complex and sympathetic portrayal of tragic heroine Violetta, a Parisian courtesan who recounts her life through a series of memories on her deathbed. It is a celebration of life itself but in a society obsessed with class, qualities such as generosity, compassion and self-sacrifice are frowned upon. As a product of this society, Alfredo, the passionate, spell bound lover is torn between his love for Violetta and conformity to stifling social mores. Despite its period setting, David McVicar's enduring production of La Traviata invites a new reading of the plot, exploring the psychology and innermost feelings of the characters in intimate moments. These scenes are contrasted with decadent turn-of-the-century set pieces in Verdi’s tragedy of a noble love sacrificed on the altar of bourgeois morality.
Broadcast live from Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona.
Sung in Italian with English subtitles.
Please refer to the new seating plan for this performance which conforms to the new requirements as laid down by the Government. The seats are in "bubbles" of two and three. You are more than welcome to book a single seat from a bubble. If you can see that either one or two seats have already been taken in one particular bubble, then please do not book the remaining seat next to it, if you are from a different household or family. We can only accept bookings of up to 6 people.
The Government has announced that all cinema goers must wear a mask on arrival, throughout the duration of a film (with the exception of eating and drinking) and on departing from the cinema. Please ensure you have a mask that works for you and particularly if wearing glasses to prevent them from steaming up.
Please do call us if you need any help with booking or you are unsure. You may need help when booking a single seat or you may have a question which we would be delighted to help you with.
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Surrey GU27 2AS
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