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Welsh National Opera presents Puccini’s operatic thriller Tosca.
Opera is what the hairs on the back of your neck were made for. If you’ve not experienced the power of live there is no better place to start than Puccini’s Tosca, an operatic thriller that goes straight for the heart.
Floria Tosca stands in shock, clutching a dagger in her bloodstained hands. An hour before she was singing hymns in church. How did she come to this?
From the first shattering bars Puccini’s mastery puts you on the edge of your seat and keeps you there. Tosca features some of his most moving arias including Recondita armonia, Vissi d’arte and E lucevan le stelle. Welsh National Opera’s much loved period set production will transport you to Rome for a night to remember.
Tosca is sung in Italian with surtitles so that you can follow the story throughout. Check for surtitle viewing when booking your tickets.
See Tosca at the following venues:
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff (21 September - 3 October) Swansea Grand Theatre (8-12 October)
New Theatre, Oxford (15-19 October)
Liverpool Empire Theatre 22-26 October)
The Bristol Hippodrome (5-9 November)
Birmingham Hippodrome (12-16 November) Venue Cymru, Llandudno (19-23 November) The Mayflower, Southampton (26-30 November)
Book your tickets from the WNO website.
Win a stay in Cardiff to see Tosca!
We're offering two top price tickets to Tosca on October 3 in Cardiff at the Wales Millennium Centre, a night’s stay with breakfast at the Cardiff Marriott for two, a complimentary programme and dinner for two at Ffresh restaurant at Wales Millennium Centre plus a special behind-the-scenes tour… and £200 to cover your travel expenses!