Puccini’s La bohème

7:00 pm, Mon 21 May 2018

St John's Smith Square

With its string of big-hitting arias and vivid orchestration, La bohème has become the most popular opera ever written. Set in 1830s Paris, the drama unfolds around a group of impoverished students and their stormy love affairs, ending with the heart-breaking death of Mimi.

Mimì: Monica McGhee
Rodolfo: Nico Darmanin
Marcello: Nicholas Morris
Musetta: Hazel McBain
Schaunard: Martin Hässler
Colline: Tristan Hambleton
Benoît/Alcindoro: Nicholas Folwell
Chorus: Epiphoni Consort
Children’s choir: Wetherby Preparatory School Chamber Choir



Getting there

Nearest station: Westminster