Has evil ever worn a sharper suit?
Cash and coke change hands in the streets of Soho and the champagne flows in Sloane Square…
A ruthless and charming city trader, Jonny slinks effortlessly through London’s dark underbelly, on the prowl for new experiences. Dragging his reluctant intern behind him, Jonny finds his hedonistic world unravelling as he leaves a trail of broken hearts and barristers’ blood in his wake.
Jonny is devious and dangerous beyond a doubt, but in this morally ambiguous world, can anyone emerge untainted?
Sung in a new English translation and set in the pre-credit crunch days of the early noughties, this heady mix of sex, violence and beautiful music is a collaboration between Soho Theatre and the UK’s hottest opera company, OperaUpClose, following the critically acclaimed and Olivier Award winning success of La Bohème.
In a new English version written and directed by Robin Norton-Hale
‘OperaUpClose is leading an artistic revolution’
On La Bohème
‘A riotous coup de théâtre that fizzes with fun and fabulousness…
All in all, a Bohème quite unlike any other’
WINNERS OF THE 2011 WHATSONSTAGE.COM AWARD FOR BEST OFF-WEST END PRODUCTION
WINNER OF THE OLIVIER AWARD FOR BEST NEW OPERA PRODUCTION 2011
£10 standing tickets are available for ages 26 and under - please order over the phone or in person at the box office. Suitable ID needed to collect tickets.