Here’s our Lost In Theatreland (LIT) Pick of the Week for you! Handel’s Messiah: The Live Experience is coming to Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London on the 6th of December 2022.
Described as a Visionary new-style classical music experience to launch with starry performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’
- A new vision for live classical music with a star-studded and spectacular performance of Handel’s Messiah from Classical Everywhere, a new venture from Immersive Everywhere the multi-award-winning creators of extraordinary theatrical events
- The exciting new approach to performing classical music is designed to augment the spirit and narrative of the work including dance, lighting, visual effects and more
- Internationally renowned solo performers include famed Australian soprano Danielle de Niese & Winner of BBC Musician Magazine Personality of the Year 2022, Scottish operatic tenor Nicky Spence, alongside English Chamber Orchestra & London Symphony Chorus
Designed specifically to appeal to both lovers of classical music, and those who are new to the artform, Handel’s Messiah: The Live Experience at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on 6 Dec 2022 will launch a new style classical music concert experience. This first work is centred on one of the most famous works ever written and the most chosen piece of music ever on Desert Island Discs – Handel’s Messiah.
With world-class musicians and innovative and imaginative lighting design, visual effects, choreography and staging, the event promises to immerse audiences in a powerful and theatrical new setting for Handel’s much-loved musical telling of the story of Christ – with its universal human themes of birth, hope, joy, suffering, sacrifice and redemption.
Handel’s Messiah: The Live Experience will be the first event from Classical Everywhere, a new venture from Immersive Everywhere, the multi-award-winning creators of extraordinary events Peaky Blinders: The Rise (“I don’t think I’ve ever before been to an event where I’ve wanted to go again immediately, but Peaky Blinders: The Rise ticks that box” The Evening Standard) Doctor Who: Time Fracture (a perfect homage to all things Doctor Who The Upcoming and The Great Gatsby (an intimate immersive show offers heady discombobulation The Guardian)
Running time: Approximately 2 hours (including 20-minute interval)
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