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A Masked Ball

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Verdi, sung in English

22, 23, 24 August 2024

G Mill, SADACCA, 48 The Wicker
Sheffield S3 8JB

Set in the SADACCA in the heart of The Wicker, Opera on Location will stage Verdi’s celebrated epic tale of politics, intrigue, corruption, betrayal and love, A Masked Ball – their most incredible production to date.

 

At a local annual street festival, popular and beloved politician Riccardo campaigns for his upcoming election. Little does he know, a plot to disgrace him is afoot. However, it isn’t the plot, but his misplaced love for his close friend’s wife, Amelia, that ultimately spells his downfall.

 

A dramatic scrutiny on the intersection of private and public life, Opera On Location’s brand new English version of Verdi’s sweeping tragedy is brought to life in their latest immersive production.

With an orchestra of 18 instrumentalists and featuring a community chorus, this will be a production like no other. Join us this August for the event of the summer.

Box Office

  • 22 Aug 2024, 19:30 – 22:00
    SADACCA, 48 Wicker, Sheffield S3 8JB, UK
    Set in the SADACCA in the heart of The Wicker, Opera on Location will stage Verdi’s celebrated epic tale of politics, intrigue, corruption, betrayal and love, A Masked Ball – their most incredible production to date.
  • 23 Aug 2024, 19:30 – 22:00
    SADACCA, 48 Wicker, Sheffield S3 8JB, UK
    Set in the SADACCA in the heart of The Wicker, Opera on Location will stage Verdi’s celebrated epic tale of politics, intrigue, corruption, betrayal and love, A Masked Ball – their most incredible production to date.
  • 24 Aug 2024, 19:30 – 22:00
    SADACCA, 48 Wicker, Sheffield S3 8JB, UK
    Set in the SADACCA in the heart of The Wicker, Opera on Location will stage Verdi’s celebrated epic tale of politics, intrigue, corruption, betrayal and love, A Masked Ball – their most incredible production to date.

Cast and Creatives

The Location

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SADACCA

The organisation emerged from the West Indies Association in 1955 and was formally constituted and became as is commonly known throughout the city as SADACCA (Sheffield and District African Caribbean Community Association) based at 48 Wicker Sheffield in 1986.

 

This was the culmination of years of work from dedicated first generation African and Caribbean members of the community. Over the years the organisation built up a reputation of being a multi-use space, inclusive and embedded in the memories of many generations of people growing up in Sheffield.

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