Radamisto to be performed at Bath Theatre Royal

PUBLISHED: 08:55 09 November 2018

Radamisto will be performed at Theatre Royal Bath on November 12-13. Picture: Richard Hubert Smith

Radamisto will be performed at Theatre Royal Bath on November 12-13. Picture: Richard Hubert Smith

Richard Hubert Smith

A production of Handel’s Radamisto will be staged at Bath’s Theatre Royal next week.

Radamisto tells the dramatic story of the Armenian royal family locked in mortal combat in the 17th century.

The English Touring Opera production of Radamisto is moving and accessible, featuring captivating performances from the ensemble cast, set to a fantastic score by the ETO’s resident Old Street Band, 
led by conductor Peter Whelan.

With performances taking place across two consecutive nights, this magnificent theatrical production is an electrifying experience for dedicated fans and first-time opera-goers alike.

There will be a pre-show talk at 6.30pm before both performances.

Radamisto will be at the Bath Theatre Royal on November 12 and 13 at 7.30pm each evening.

Tickets, priced £23, are available at www.theatreroyal.org.uk or by calling 01225 448844.

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