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BP Big Screens| Royal Opera House's The Marriage Of Figaro

BP Big Screens| Royal Opera House's The Marriage Of Figaro

As part of the Wimbledon set up, The beloved classic The Marriage of Figaro will be live-broadcasted on the big screen on Tuesday 9 July, as part of the Royal Opera House's BP Big Screen series. Mozart’s greatest comedy is given a sumptuous staging by David McVicar, its stunning score is fast-moving in this hilarious production with ravishing duets and emotionally potent arias.

Whether you are a seasoned fan or a newcomer, bring your friends, family and a picnic, and enjoy free opera in the open-air.

Additionnal information

Free screening

Start time | 7pm

Approximate duration | 3h20mins

Under 13 need to be accompanied by an adult.

This is a picnic style event so please bring a foldable chair or blanket to sit on. A limited number of covered grandstand seating and outdoor picnic bench style seating will be available on a first come first served basis. A licensed bar, coffee concession and toilet facilities will also be available.

Please note:

  • Strictly no glass will be permitted within the event enclosure
  • Other items that are not permitted include (but are not restricted to); large furniture, parasols, tents, gazebos, laser pens, air horns, fireworks, flares, smoke canisters, barbeques, paper lanterns or any lighting with a naked flame
  • As an outdoor event please bear in mind weather conditions can change quickly, so all concert goers should dress appropriately. Umbrellas may obstruct the view of other audience members so waterproof clothing or disposable ponchos should therefore be considered.
  • No illegal substances and/or any items deemed to be a potential weapon or threat to public safety are permitted. Any persons found in possession will be ejected and reported to the police.
  • Please note event stewards will be entitled to search all persons and/or their possessions on entry. Staff will not take any responsibility for any prohibited items.