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The Nose at the Sydney Opera House

Highlights / General details
Sydney Opera House was built for opera. To get the full benefit of this architectural wonder of the world, you need to climb the steps, step inside those iconic sails, and experience an opera performance that's unlike anywhere else in the world.
Prepare for the most impressive night you've ever had. Have a glass of champagne looking over the harbor and enjoy an exciting performance in the Sydney Opera House.

The Nose:
When Shostakovich released his debut opera into the world at the tender age of 20, his brilliance was plain as the nose on his face.
He used every musical trick in the book (and quite a few that weren’t) to tell this amusing tale: here a raucous percussion ensemble, here a maniacal gallop, there a lyrical chorus. This eclectic parade of styles put a few noses out of joint, but sniff as they might, not even the establishment could deny that here was a virtuoso at work.
The frenetic score springs entirely from the action on stage, as a lowly official chases his gallivanting nose around town. It’s a zany, hyperactive cabaret with more than 80 named parts (including the nose itself).
Who better to direct than the outrageously inventive Barrie Kosky, the Australian director of Berlin’s Komische Oper? Reviewers called this co-production with the Royal Opera House “terrifically realized, brilliantly inventive and highly entertaining” (The Spectator).
Andrea Molino conducts a massive cast including Martin Winkler, John Tomlinson and Alexander Lewis. They perform in English in a new translation by David Pountney.

1 admission ticket.

Hotel Pick Up/Drop Off; Food & Beverage.

Hours of operation
Available on select dates from February 21 - March 3 2018 with show times at 1:00pm and 7:30pm.

Approximately 2 hours & 10 minutes, no interval.

Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point.

Additional Information
Performed in English with English surtitles.
Please note: this production contains very strong language.
While it is fun to dress up for the opera, there is no mandatory dress code. An extra layer is advised because it can get cold in the theatre.

Participant restrictions
Recommended for 16 years and up.
Young people under the age of 15 must be accompanied at all times.
Facility is wheelchair accessible.

Cancellation: Always Non-refundable.
Guests are recommended to arrive early to avoid rushing. Ushers will close the doors at show time and may not allow latecomers in until there is a suitable pause in the performance.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**