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Sat 5 February, 7pm
If you don’t have anything planned for this Saturday yet, we are eager to gather the largest possible audience for these 6 emerging artists, for some of whom this will be their first public performance since the beginning of Covid!
Arias by 14 composers will be sung, which include Mozart, Donizetti and Puccini, accompanied by Handel, Rossini, Berlioz, Gounod, Dvorak, Strauss and Britten, with an introduction for some to the lesser known composers Rameau, Weber, A. Thomas and Dove. Something for everyone.
There are just a few tickets left.
Covid Safety Measures
Whilst we are sure everyone is delighted that the Government are confident that Omicron is under control, and therefore decided to lift all restrictions last Thursday, 27th January, we wish to reassure all those that completed the Customer Confidence Survey that firstly we will honour the premise under which tickets to the Opera Prize Concert were purchased i.e. that people will be asked to wear a mask at all times when moving around the theatre, but removal is optional in the auditorium, and one seat will be left between groups, and of course you may remove it when eating and drinking when seated at your table.
With the continuing, and fluctuating, pandemic situation, Clonter would like to reassure bookers that should you need to cancel due to Covid, a full refund will be offered
Ticket Pricing & Booking Information
Tickets £19, £25, £31, £36, Students & Children (under 16) £15
Early Bird Ticket (10% Discount) available until 30th November
Group Discount (10% Discount) 10+
Doors Open 6pm
Performance Starts 7pm
Interval 70 minute supper interval; Pre-order supper, or bring your own picnic
Performance Ends Approx. 11pm
Dress Code Optional black tie
It is now too late to book either suppers or picnic tables, but there will be picnic tables available on the night in the awning.