|Fri 13 May||Welsh National Opera: In Parenthesis|
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1940s Baltimore. And it’s op’nin’ night of a musical version of The Taming of the Shrew. Rehearsals are over, costumes donned and there’s a 10 minute curtain call. What you’re about to witness is a whole lot more than Shakespeare’s comic love story…
Leading lady and superstar Lilli Vanessi is the ex-wife of the show’s charming leading man, Fred Graham. Fred has a fondness for flirtatious fresh-face, Lois Lane. Meanwhile, Lois’ boyfriend Bill is getting himself into debt (under Fred’s name) which leads to hairy encounters with a pair of foolhardy gangsters. The stories unfold on and off-stage, comically intertwined in Cole Porter’s classic musical.
Full of wit, dance, show business and hit songs including Another Op’nin’, Another Show, Brush Up Your Shakespeare and Always True to You in My Fashion, Kiss Me, Kate will leave any Tom, Dick or Harry grinning from ear to ear.
Conductor James Holmes
Director Jo Davies
Set & Costume Designer Colin Richmond
Lighting Designer Ben Cracknell
Choreographer Will Tuckett
Fred Graham / Petruchio Quirijn de Lang
Lilli Vanessi / Katherine Jeni Bern
1st Gunman Joseph Shovelton
2nd Gunman John Savourin
Sung in English.
|Thu 29 Sep - Sun 2 Oct 2016|
Tickets: £7.00 - £37.00.
ST 191746 51.46456 -3.16595
Leave M4 at J33 (signed Cardiff (West), Barry, Penarth, Cardiff Airport & A4232). Join the A4232 & continue for 9.3 miles.
Leave the A4232 just before Butetown Tunnel & follow signs for Techniquest.
Continue along Stuart Street & turn right at the traffic lights onto Bute Place, road bends around to the left, take the first exit to the right (around Craft in the Bay), follow this road around to the left back onto Bute Place.
: 2 miles from Cardiff station