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Sweeney Todd - David Birrell, Gillian Bevan & Ensemble (Credit Manuel Harlan)

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

A co-production between Welsh National Opera, Wales Millennium Centre and West Yorkshire Playhouse in association with Royal Exchange Theatre
Both hugely funny and deeply moving, Sweeney Todd is a masterpiece musical

Witty lyrics, high drama and utterly beautiful music, Sweeney promises a superbly entertaining night out. 5-7 November, New Theatre Oxford

Sweeney Todd - Gillian Bevan (Mrs Lovett) and Ensemble (Credit Manuel Harlan)

 

Both hugely funny and deeply moving, Sweeney Todd is a masterpiece musical. Loved by audiences around the world, It’s one of the greatest shows by Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim. With witty lyrics, high drama and utterly beautiful music, Sweeney promises a superbly entertaining night out.

Experience this classic in an acclaimed production performed by Welsh National Opera. This strictly limited run of performances at New Theatre Oxford has everything you would wish from a musical, with the scale and forces of WNO’s sixty strong Chorus and Orchestra. The cast for these strictly limited performances includes some of the brightest music theatre and opera talent. German musical star David Arnsperger, who has recently performed the title role in The Phantom of the Opera, makes his UK debut as Sweeney.

5-7 November, 7.15pm, New Theatre Oxford

Tickets can be purchased from the New Theatre box office on George Street, by ringing 0844 871 3020 or by visiting our website (phone and internet bookings subject to booking/transaction fee).

For bookings of 10 or more, or for Equal Access bookings, please call our dedicated in-house team on 0844 871 3040.

 

Top Image - David Birrell, Gillian Bevan & Ensemble (Credit Manuel Harlan)

Bottom Image - Gillian Bevan (Mrs Lovett) and Ensemble (Credit Manuel Harlan)

 

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