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Christmas with Opera Anywhere

An invitation from the founders

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Let's celebrate! It's not long at all now until we'll see the back of this general election... and in just three days time you will be able escape into the magical world of opera!

This Saturday December 14 at 3pm Opera Anywhere will be performing Menotti's wonderful Christmas opera, Amahl & The Night Visitors in the atmospheric Corinthian Room at Cokethorpe.

Our final performance of our new opera, Hansel and Gretel before Christmas, will be at the Unicorn Theatre in Abingdon on Wednesday December 18 at 6pm but we would also like to invite you to an exclusive private event at R&R in Abingdon's Market Square on Tuesday December 17 at 6.30pm. This will be a great opportunity to meet some of the cast, the director and get a sneak preview of some of the music. Tickets can be purchased for both events from our website or by calling the box office on 0333 666 3366. We do hope you can make it!

If we don't see you at any of our pre-Christmas events, we wish you a very healthy and happy Christmas.

Mike & Vanessa Woodward, co-founders, Opera Anywhere

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