Box Office Update:Leeds Ticket Hub June will be closed outside of normal working hours due to the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend Thursday 2nd – Saturday June 4th.
From Wednesday 8th Jun onwards, our working hours will be Wednesday – Saturday, 12:00 until 17:00.
As Leeds Town Hall is now closed for refurbishment, tickets can be booked in person at the Carriageworks Theatre 2 hours before any show at the Carriageworks. Tickets for all events can be booked online 24/7.
Opera in the City The Orchestra of Opera North present: Opera in the City. Featuring:
Welsh soprano Elin Pritchard – an Opera North favourite returns to Leeds to channel the joy and heartbreak of opera’s greatest heroines, including Mimì from Puccini’s La bohème and Dvořák’s Rusalka (‘Song to the Moon’).
The brilliant Korean tenor David Junghoon Kim will make his Opera North debut in selections including the haunting ‘Oh Lola, ch’ai di latte’ from Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana, and perhaps the best-loved tenor aria of them all, ‘Nessun dorma’ from Puccini’s Turandot.
Outgoing Leader of the Orchestra of Opera North David Greed will front the ensemble for a last goodbye as soloist in Massenet’s moving Méditation from Thaïs, and there’s a special appearance from the Ukrainian soprano Inna Husieva, currently a Young Artist at the National Opera Studio.
Choose from an allocated seat in our seated area or experience our ‘picnic style’ area where you can bring your own chair, cushion or picnic blanket and relax in comfort in the Millennium Square.
1st half: 17:30hrs – 18:15hrs
Interval: 25 mins
2nd half: 18:40hrs to 19:20hrs
A limited number of pre-bookable tickets for the Raised Accessible Viewing Platform are available to purchase in advance for disabled customers plus 1 companion.
Customers will be required to sign up to the council’s Essential Companion Scheme to access these tickets. For further details and booking enquires please contact email@example.com or call 0113 376 0318
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