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Revolting Rhymes Opera: Presented by Waterperry Opera Festival

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Visit the Roald Dahl Museum for some extra-special musical performances this summer.

Waterperry Festival are bringing their much-celebrated musical rendition of Revolting Rhymes to our courtyard. Through the celebrated words of Roald Dahl, delve into the world of fairytales and adventure with two interactive family-friendly stories; Little Red Riding Hoodand The Three Little Pigs. ​

With a running time of just under an hour, and ideal age 5 and up, both tales will capture the imagination through music, dance and spoken word that will leave families full of laughter and joy.

This co-production with Opera Holland Park will be directed by Lily Dyble (Dream), musically directed by Ben Cox and designed by Caitlin Abbott.

Friday 28 to Sunday 30 July (The Museum will be open on these dates for performance ticket holders only.)

£15 per person including Museum entry, suitable for age 5 and up. Approx one hour performance.


3 to 5 year olds and annual ticket holders: £7
Children under 2 who will sit on laps: Free
Tickets include the performance and Museum entry

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