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Until Sat 16th Jun

Threepenny Opera

@ Redgrave Theatre, Bristol

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Threepenny Opera

A milestone of 20th century musical theatre, The Threepenny Opera (Die Dreigroschenoper)rolls on unstoppably into the 21st.

In their opera 'by and for beggars', composer Kurt Weill (1900–1950) and playwright Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956) transformed saccharine, old-fashioned opera and operetta forms, incorporating a sharp political perspective and the sound of 1920s Berlin dance bands and cabaret.

Weill's acid harmonies and Brecht's biting texts created a revolutionary new musical theatre that inspired such subsequent hits as Cabaret, Chicago, and Urinetown.

The show's opening number, 'Mack the Knife', became one of the top popular songs of
the century.

'It sets reality to music, the first musical and still the greatest to achieve this near impossibility' (Kenneth Tynan).

Warning. This show contains adult themes and my not be suitable for children.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Redgrave Theatre


Address:
Percival Road
Clifton

Bristol
BS8 3LE 51.460182, -2.622852

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Website: redgravetheatre.com

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Enquiries: 0117 315 7602


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  → Clifton Down 12 min walk