New water-bound opera based on The Owl and the Pussycat
The Royal Opera House takes to London's waterways as part of London 2012 Festival.
25 June 2012 at 11.58am | 3 Comments
Find out about dates and performance details at www.roh.org.uk/owls.
The new work will be seen both on the water and banks of London’s canals and waterways, stopping for performances at various points as it travels from west to east. This exciting new work is part of the ‘Secrets‘ programme, a series of extraordinary site-specific collaborations taking place in a range of hidden spaces across the capital in summer 2012, led by major artists and leading cultural organizations and presented by the Mayor of London. Further information on these events can be found at www.molpresents.com/secrets.
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The London 2012 Festival is a UK-wide festival from 21 June to 9 September featuring leading artists from around the world.