Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Wed 31 Mar 2021, Octagon Auditorium
Due to the newly announced roadmap out of national lockdown highlighting that theatres will not be allowed to reopen until Monday 17 May at the earliest, we have suspended sales for this event.
We are in discussions with the company and will update all ticketholders as soon as we have confirmation as to whether the event will be rescheduled or cancelled.
If you would like to discuss your booking with us during this time we would kindly request that you refrain from calling the box office and instead email us directly at Octagontheatre@southsomerset.gov.uk.
Music by Giuseppe Verdi Sung in Italian with English Surtitles Featuring an impressive cast and accompanied by a live Orchestra of over 30 musicians.
Verdi brings ancient Egypt to the stage with an evolving love story set to the backdrop of war.
Princess Aida of Ethiopia falls in love with the Egyptian General Radames, who is also in love with her. Radames is chosen to lead the war with Ethiopia by the King. Aida is left to choose between her lover or her father and her country.
Se quel Guerrier io fossi sung by Radames in the first act is one of the most famous arias of the operatic world. The most powerful melody comes in the form of a Triumphal March to highlight victory and triumph.
A deeply moving opera, overflowing with emotion and containing moments of despair and uncertainty. Aida is an unforgettable, inspiring experience.
Footlights: Discount Applies
A £1 ticket levy is included in all stated ticket prices.