3 March 2017
Love’s Poisoned Chalice has got off to a smashing start at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. We are now heading out to tour the UK. Our Cardiff audience have fallen in love with La bohème, Madam Butterfly and Le Vin herbé, and there is still so much to look forward to. Here’s what our audiences have had to say so far…
@WNOtweet made me cry tonight. In public. Bravo to everyone involved... such a beautiful production of La Boheme x
— Emily Jane Anthony (@emily_jane987) January 28, 2017
— Fiona Bassett (@FionaBassett2) February 6, 2017
Le Vin herbe @WNOtweet last night was superb, beautiful singing and acting throughout, lovely music, I found it very emotional, a must see!
— Trevor McCrory (@Trevorwithyhill) February 17, 2017
— Kerry-Lynne Pyke (@kerrylynnepyke) January 28, 2017
Karah Son absolutely took my breath away in Madam Butterfly by @WNOtweet
— SallehBear (@SallehBear) February 10, 2017
— Lesley Ball (@TyCaePA) February 17, 2017
— Rebecca Gould (@beccaleigh99) January 28, 2017
— Ben Davies (@Piano_Ben) February 12, 2017
— Jo Shepherd (@DoesJoKnow) February 16, 2017
Want to experience these sensational operas for yourself? Join us as at Milton Keynes, Bristol, Llandudno, Plymouth or Southampton, or see Madam Butterfly at Birmingham Hippodrome this Summer. You will not be disappointed, and don’t forget to tell us what you thought @WNOtweet with #WNOboheme, #WNObutterfly and #WNOvinherbe.