Special event Past event Sunday, 21 January 2018

Opera Weekender: Brighton Theatre presents IMPALED the opera

Do not miss your chance to catch extracts from IMPALED the opera, by award-winning Brighton Theatre, before it sets off on a prestigious International Festival tour. As part of the wider programme around Opera: Passion, Power and Politics.

+44 (0)20 7942 2000
  • The Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre, South Kensington

  • Free event

Opera Weekender: Brighton Theatre presents IMPALED the opera photo

It’s never been more important to get inside the skin of a historic monster figure and this production provides fascinating and disturbing insights into the roots of the divisions between East and West.

This first opera by Maistorovici, who will be performing in the event, is inspired by Crane & Williams’s BBC Radio drama, starring John Hurt, from the The Third Stake by Marin Sorescu, & the stage play at Oran Mor Glasgow and Rialto Brighton Festival 2015, which was Nominated Best Production, Broadway Bobby Awards.

Composer: Vlad Maistorovici
Librettist: Richard Crane
Director: Faynia Williams
With The 12 Ensemble, soprano Becca Marriott, tenor Oliver Brignall and baritone Matt Kellett
Vocal coach: James Young

Piano provided by Markson Pianos

With the kind support of:
Ratiu Family Charitable Foundation
Nigel Pittman, Trustee of Brighton Theatre and Brighton Early Music Festival
Baron Michael de Styrcea
Anonymous supporter
The Romanian Cultural Institute