MUSIC AND THEATRE
Wednesday 29 July 2020
£30.00 per person including tea or coffee on arrival.. Gates will open at 9.00am with registration from 9.30am.
This Study day is held in the Mansion in the 1st Floor Saloon and State Hall areas. Access currently is only via staircase. Unsuitable for wheelchair users.
Offenbach’s operetta is a satire of the famous Orpheus myth and features the popular “Can-can”. The reluctant Orpheus can rescue Eurydice from the underworld, on the condition he does not look back at her. On their way out however, Jupiter (who has fallen in love with Eurydice) scares him into turning back. Eurydice vanishes back into the underworld and everybody is thrilled with the result.
As always Christine Gwynn and Frances Quintrell of Arbutus Music will be our guides on the journey through the music.
or call 01277 651970