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Berlin In Light: Cabaret: Revue Songs In The 1920s

Soprano Anna Dennis, mezzo soprano Lucy Schaufer and pianist Philip Headlam perform some typical examples of a witty and sophisticated genre, including songs by Kurt Weill, Wilhelm Grosz and Herbert Zipper.

Kings Place, London N1

Sun 21 Jun

Hall One

£10 / 020 7520 1490

Dido & Aeneas: Purcell

  • Directed by: Christopher Monks (cond)
  • Written by: Purcell

Spitalfields Music newcomers the Armonico Consort, joined by soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, present a semi-staged performance of Henry Purcell's only complete opera Dido & Aeneas.

Village Underground, London EC2A

Tue 9 Jun

£15; £11.25 under 26s (Children £7.50; £5; £11.25) / 020 7422 7505

Francis Bacon Opera

  • Written by: Stephen Crowe

In 1985, Melvyn Bragg interviewed Francis Bacon for the South Bank Show and in 2012 Stephen Crowe decided to set it to music and make it into a comedy opera.

ADC Theatre, Cambridge

Wed 6 May

£7 (£6) / 01223 300085

Thu 7 May

£7 (£6) / 01223 300085

Fri 8 May

£7 (£6) / 01223 300085

Sat 9 May

£7 (£6) / 01223 300085

New London Opera Players/Secret Opera: The All-Male CarMen

  • Directed by: Robin Pieta (dir)
  • Written by: Bizet

Bizet's opera depicts LBGT relationships in 1920s Spain.

The Warren: Main House, Brighton

Tue 5 May

£12 (£10.50)

Sat 9 May

£12 (£10.50)

Rameau & Charpentier

Scottish Chamber Orchestra William Christie Conductor Scenes from Charpentier ’s Médée and Rameau ’s Les Boréades William Christie, the great pioneer of the French Baroque revival, conducts the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in an evening of vocal and instrumental music from two of the finest early French operas…

Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Mon 10 Aug

£12 / 0131 473 2000

Part of Edinburgh International Festival.

Secret Opera: The Trousered Traviata

An all female chamber version of Verdi's classic opera.

The Warren: Main House, Brighton

Wed 6 May

£12 (£10.50)

Sun 10 May

£12 (£10.50)

The Trousered Traviata

A contemporary translation of Verdi's classic opera, exploring the sexual themes and lesbian culture of the time, with key characters portrayed by females.

The Warren: Main House, Brighton

Wed 6 May

£12 (£10.50)

Sun 10 May

£12 (£10.50)