Victoria Square sparkles all year round, but there is something so magical about it in the summer time. Mix that with a State Opera production and you know you are in for a real treat.
This March, for one night only, the square will be transformed into an unmissable stage, hosting strutting bull-fighters, sultry women, jealousy and passion.
Carmen is one of opera’s most famous heroines, known for her sultry and slightly dangerous seductress ways.
Carmen In The Square will be a family-friendly staged concert with a contemporary feel and modern setting. Filmed and delivered live to large screens, no matter where you sit you will feel a part of the action.
With General Admission (Southern) starting at $29, with under 16s free, this event will be the perfect way to spend an evening in March. Platinum Packages are also available.
This platinum package will give you the best seats in the house, food and beverage offering from East End Cellars,in-show bar access and exclusive meet & greet with singers. More information can be found here.
All you need to do is grab your family and the picnic basket and get ready for an unforgettable night.
When: Saturday 23 March, 7:30 pm
Where: Victoria Square
Visit www.stateopera.com.au for further details
Feature Image of Victoria Square from @nostalgique.art
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