La Bohème: Mini Opera for Families

La Bohème: Mini Opera for Families

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A one hour, reduced length performance of La Bohème, suitable for children aged 4+.

A stellar cast of professional principals lead a company featuring a chorus starring local children and students to present what is often described as “the world’s favourite opera”

 

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

  • Sat 7 Mar 2:00 PM £20.00

Book Tickets

  • Sat 7 March 2:00 PM

Oxford Opera

Age guideline 4+

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