WHAT ARE YOU IN FOR
Let the music lead you to love since sometimes emotions fall short to express what one feels for the other. La Bohème takes you to 1930s bohemian Berlin where four friends meet at a bar on Christmas eve and one of them falls for a seamstress who enters the bar searching for candlelight – it is love at first sight, rather touch!
Puccini’s music sets the plot that soars with the ecstasy of love, crackles with the pain of jealousy and cries with the agony of loss.
The opera is performed in Italian with surtitle screens above the stage that translates the words into English and simplified Chinese.
Note: La Bohème contains partial nudity.
PICK YOUR SEATS!
Premium Reserve seats are the best in the house, located in the middle of the theatre.
A-Reserve seats surround the Premium Reserve seats. You will be viewing the stage at a slight angle.
B-Reserve seats surround the A-Reserve seats. You will be viewing the stage at a slight angle.
C-Reserve seats are at the rear, sides and behind the orchestra of the Concert Hall
Varies. Please check the calendar for live availability.
Approx. 2 hours & 20 minutes, including one 20-minute interval
7:30pm (Jan to Mar)
Make your way to Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House. You can catch public transport (bus, train, ferry) to Circular Quay from where it is a 6-minute walk to the Opera House.
So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the start point 15 minutes early.
Voucher Type: Mobile (if you'd rather print a copy - that's fine too!)
Dress Code: It’s a lot of fun to put on your glamorous best for a night at the opera, but casual dress is perfectly acceptable.
Always keep a photo ID handy for security checks.
Check your phone and other electronic devices, and anything else that might go beep or ring or buzz: make sure they are all off. A glowing screen can also be distracting to those around you so don't check your phone during the performance.
Photography, sound recording or any kind of filming is not permitted during the performance but you're welcome to take photos before and after the performance and at the interval.
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