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Opera Holland Park announce tickets for under 30s at £20 each

Opera Holland ParkOpera Holland Park and sponsor Investec Wealth & Investment are pleased to announce the release of 350 tickets for under 30s priced at just £20 each.

Ten tickets on the Investec Under 30’s scheme will be available for every performance of the coming season which opens on 2nd June with Puccini’s Il trittico.

This new scheme is in addition to the existing 1,000 Free tickets for young people aged between 7-18 years, 500 free tickets for 60+ patrons and 2500 Inspire seats priced at just £17. The seats on the scheme will be located in the areas normally priced at between £40 and £50. Supporting its aims to make opera more accessible, Opera Holland Park has already made reductions in its general pricing for 2015 of up to 28% for some tickets.

Opera Holland Park is one of the most popular and highly-acclaimed events in London’s musical calendar and their 19th season includes a mixture of five new productions and revivals in 36 main-stage public performances. The City of London Sinfonia will accompany all these productions for their 12th year as house orchestra. A particular highlight is the first-ever professional London performance of Jonathan Dove’s contemporary opera Flight.

Supporting its aims to make opera more accessible, OHP is pleased to continue its two free ticket schemes alongside the £17 Inspire seats with approximately 1,000 free seats for Young People and 450 free seats for those over 60. OHP have also introduced a new pricing structure with some seating category prices reduced by 28% since 2014.

For details about the free tickets schemes and concession prices please telephone the box office on 0300 999 1000.
https://bookings.operahollandpark.com

wednesday 13th may 2015

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