Rufus Wainwright’s opera to be staged in London

'Prima Donna' comes to the UK next April

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Rufus Wainwright is to bring his opera ‘Prima Donna’ to London next year.

The show, which Wainwright originally debuted at this year’s Manchester International Festival, will be performed at Islington‘s Sadler’s Wells theatre on April 12, 14, 16 and 17.

Pre-sale tickets for the performance are on sale now from Sadlerswells.com.

‘Prima Donna’ is about an aging opera singer who falls in love with a journalist. Wainwright worked with Bernadette Colomine on the two act production.

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