The Flying Dutchman by Wagner

​Please note the start time is 4:55pm due to US daylight saving hours starting before BST and there is no interval in this live screening which will run for 2 hours 25 minutes.

Evgeny Nikitin will sing the role of the doomed sea captain transmitted to cinemas on March 14.  The gifted German soprano Anja Kampe, in her Met debut run, is the devoted Senta, whose selfless love is what the Dutchman seeks, with bass Franz-Josef Selig as her father, Daland, and tenor Sergey Skorokhodov as her deserted former lover, Erik.

This live cinema transmission is part of the New York Met’s award-winning Live in HD series, bringing opera to more than 2,200 theatres in more than 70 countries worldwide. With English Subtitles.

£15, seniors £12, under 18s £2

Agrippina – an opera by Handel

​Handel’s tale of intrigue and impropriety in ancient Rome arrives in cinemas from the New York Metropolitan Opera on February 29, with star mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato as the controlling, power-hungry Agrippina and Harry Bicket conducting. Sir David McVicar’s production ingeniously reframes the action of this black comedy about the abuse of power to “the present,” where it should loudly resonate. The all-star cast includes bass Matthew Rose as the weary emperor Claudius who has previously sung at the Erin Arts Centre.
This live cinema transmission is part of the Met’s award-winning Live in HD series, bringing opera to more than 2,200 theatres in more than 70 countries worldwide.

£15, seniors £12, under 18s £2

Live Screening – Porgy and Bess

​Live on screen by satellite from the New York Metropolitan Opera, George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess is one of America’s favourite operas.  James Robinson’s stylish production transports audiences to Catfish Row on the Charleston waterfront, vibrant with the music, dancing, emotion, and heartbreak of its inhabitants.  David Robertson conducts a dynamic cast, featuring the sympathetic duo of Eric Owens and Angel Blue in the title roles.

This live cinema transmission is part of the Met’s award-winning Live in HD series, bringing opera to more than 2,200 theatres in more than 70 countries worldwide.

£15, seniors £12, under 18s £2

Wozzeck by Alban Berg

On screen live from the New York Metropolitan Opera, South African artist William Kentridge now focuses his extraordinary visual imagination on Berg’s operatic masterpiece, which comes to cinemas for the first time on January 11. Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin is on the podium for this important event, with baritone Peter Mattei as the disturbed title character. Soprano Elza van den Heever is Wozzeck’s unfaithful mate, alongside a commanding cast that also includes tenor Christopher Ventris, bass-baritone Christian Van Horn, and tenor Gerhard Siegel. This live satellite transmission is part of the Met’s award-winning Live in HD series, bringing opera to more than 2,200 theatres in more than 70 countries worldwide.

£15, seniors £12, under 18s £2

Opera – Manon by Massenet

Live on screen by satellite from the New York Metropolitan Opera​ comes Massenet’s opera Manon. Exhilarating soprano Lisette Oropesa returns to cinemas on October 26 as the irresistible title character, the tragic beauty who yearns for the finer things in life. Tenor Michael Fabiano is the besotted Chevalier des Grieux, whose desperate love for Manon proves their undoing. Maurizio Benini conducts Massenet’s sensual score. This live cinema transmission is part of the Met’s award-winning Live in HDseries, bringing opera to more than 2,200 theatres in more than 70 countries worldwide.

£15, seniors £12, under 18s £2

Turandot by Puccini – New York Met Opera

Thrilling dramatic soprano Christine Goerke brings her fierce portrayal of the title princess to cinemas on October 12, with Yannick Nézet-Séguin on the podium for Franco Zeffirelli’s dazzling production of Puccini’s final masterpiece. Tenor Roberto Aronica is the mysterious prince Calàf who sings the famous aria Nessun Dorma. This live cinema transmission is part of the Met’s award-winning Live in HD series, bringing opera to more than 2,200 theatres in more than 70 countries worldwide.

£15, seniors £12, under 18s £2

Live Opera – La Boheme by Puccini

The Erin Arts Centre produces a live opera every September. This year the opera will be La Bohème by Puccini. Staged in the Erin Arts Centre and directed by Stefan Janski, former Head of Opera Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music.

£22, under 18s £2

Live Opera – La Boheme by Puccini

The Erin Arts Centre produces a live opera every September. This year the opera will be La Bohème by Puccini. Staged in the Erin Arts Centre and directed by Stefan Janski, former Head of Opera Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music.

£22, under 18s £2

The Magic Flute by Mozart

LIve opera on screen from Glyndebourne.
It has been over a decade since Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte has been staged at Glyndebourne, and this new production by Barbe & Doucet promises to take a fresh and playful look at the troublesome gender politics of Mozart’s late opera. It’s a work whose surface charm – its delightful melodies, lively comedy and colourful cast of characters – conceals a complex and ambiguous piece, one that asks more questions than it answers, particularly in the current political climate. The beauty of Mozart’s operatic allegory is its adaptability. Whether you want an innocent comedy or something rather more sophisticated, it’s all here in this endlessly perplexing and fascinating work.
Russian soprano Sofia Fomina, makes a much-anticipated Glyndebourne debut as Pamina, with tenor David Portillo as her beloved Tamino. Glyndebourne regular Brindley Sherratt returns as Sarastro, with the ebullient Björn Bürger (a ‘charismatic’ Figaro in 2016’s Il barbiere di Siviglia) as Papageno. Rising young Norwegian soprano Caroline Wettergreen is the Queen of the Night.
Because of the traditionally long intervals at Glyndebourne, we suggest you embrace the spirit of Glyndebourne and bring a picnic.

£15, Seniors £12, under 18s £2

The Barber of Seville – opera on screen

Recorded in 2016 at Glyndebourne, Rossini’s popular opera will be broadcast by satellite. In view of the long intervals, it is suggested that you follow the Glyndebourne tradition and bring a picnic.

£15, Seniors £12, under 18s £2