Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff


Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff, CF10 5AL

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Spring 2016

The Barber of Seville
Saturday 13, Wednesday 17, Friday 19, Tuesday 23 & Thursday 25 February 7.15pm

The Marriage of Figaro
Thursday 18, Saturday 20, Wednesday 24, Friday 26 February 7pm

Figaro Gets a Divorce
Sunday 21 February 4pm & Saturday 27 February 7.15pm

Summer 2016

In Parenthesis
Friday 13, Saturday 21 May & Friday 3 June 7.15pm

Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci
Thursday 26 May 7.15pm; Sunday 29 May 4pm; Wednesday 1 & Saturday 4 June 7.15pm


Box Office 029 2063 6464

Book Online

Group sales 029 2063 6464 (option 4) (Monday to Friday, 9.30am - 5.30pm)


Figaro Gets a Divorce, In Parenthesis

Stalls & Circle £42.50 | £38.50 | £34.50

Upper Circle £26.50** | £18 | £20.50 | £14.50 | £6.50

The Barber of Seville, The Marriage of Figaro and Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci

Stalls & Circle £42.50 | £38.50 

Upper Circle £26.50** | £18 | £20.50 | £14.50 | £6.50


Explore with us and save

Book any three operas and save 10%

Book any four operas and save 15%

Book any five operas and save 20%

Book any six operas and save 25%

Book seven or eight operas and save 30%

Save up to 30% on the cost of your booking and take advantage of advance booking. You simply need to book for a minimum of three operas to book a Subscription. The saving quoted is off the total cost of your booking.

Subscriptions are flexible so you do not have to book the same number of tickets for each opera. You can also book for different seating areas/price bands for each opera. Please note that for online Subscriptions the number of people attending each opera must be the same. Only one discount applies per ticket. Does not include £6.50 seats for any performance. If you require advice or assistance please call Wales Millennium Centre’s Subscription Information line on 029 2063 4663 (10am – 6pm Monday to Friday). Please note that bookings cannot be taken on this line.


Payments can be made by cheque, (payable to Wales Millennium Centre), Gift Certificates, Credit Vouchers or the following credit and debit cards – Visa, MasterCard, MasterCard Debit, Visa Debit / Delta, Maestro and Electron. Tickets must be paid for at the time of booking. Tickets can only be reserved for group bookings of 10 or more or temporarily whilst we process your access application. No fees apply if you book in person and pay by cash or Wales Millennium Centre Gift Certificates.

There is a fee-free Lloyds cash point situated in the Glanfa Foyer.

By telephone: Phone lines are open Monday to Saturday 10am – 7pm on performance days and 10am – 6pm on nonperformance days. On Sundays lines open for four hours before the start of the first performance and on non-performance days lines are closed.

In person: On performance days the Ticket Desk is open from 10am until 30 minutes after the start of the last performance. The Information Desk will remain open for any ticketing enquiries until the end of the last Donald Gordon Theatre performance. On non-performance days the Ticket Desk is open 10am – 6pm.

Only one discount applies per ticket. Tickets can be paid for by cheque, credit / debit card or cash.

The Ticket Office will endeavour to exchange your tickets from one performance to another performance of the same event, up to 24 hours prior to the original performance (subject to availability). A £1 handling fee will be charged per ticket. The Ticket office will also accept tickets for re-sale subject to a 10% fee but cannot guarantee that a new purchaser will be found.

Full terms and conditions are available online.


Patrons with disabilities
Customers who require a personal assistant to support them at the Centre can now join the Access Scheme. Where applicable the Centre offers either a discounted or complimentary seat to carers so please visit our website for further information and to download a form: If you’ve any queries please do get in touch with the Ticket Office who will be happy to explain the system in more detail.

Groups (all operas excluding Sweeney Todd)
Get a group of 10 together and get one extra ticket free (that’s two additional free tickets for a group of 20 etc). This offer only applies to top three prices

Under 30s
Tickets available at every performance for £5 (subject to booking and transaction fees, please note that fees are not charged for bookings paid for by cash in person). In person bookings only, ID required and subject to availability. 

All discounts are subject to availability. Only one discount applies per ticket. The information printed on this sheet is printed in good faith and all information is correct at the time of going to press. WNO reserves the right to alter the programme or casting without prior notice.


WNO’s Nicholas John Dramaturg, Sophie Rashbrook, gives you everything you need to know to enjoy the performance. Tickets must be booked in advance.


The Barber of Seville
Saturday 13, Wednesday 17, Friday 19, Tuesday 23 & Thursday 25 February 6.15pm

The Marriage of Figaro
Thursday 18, Saturday 20, Wednesday 24 & Friday 26 February 6pm

Figaro Gets a Divorce 
Sunday 21 February 3pm; Saturday 27 February 6.15pm


In Parenthesis
Friday 13, Saturday 21 May & Friday 3 June 6.15pm

Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci
Thursday 26 May, Wednesday 1 & Saturday 4 June 6.15pm; Sunday 29 May 3pm


The Barber of Seville
19 February
Free touch tour 6.15pm
Performance 7.15pm

Cavalleria rusticana & Pagliacci
4 June
Free touch tour 6.15pm
Performance 7.15pm

Tickets for free Pre-Performance Talks and Touch Tours can be booked at the same time as booking your opera tickets.

Performances and events at:

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Bute Street
Cardiff CF10 5AL
United Kingdom