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Errollyn Wallen, the ‘renaissance woman of contemporary British music’ (The Observer) offers a stimulating insight into her career and in particular the composing on her opera ‘Anon’, a contemporary reworking of ‘Manon Lescault’, exploring exploitation of women across the world.

Good if you’re going to see Welsh National Opera.

Price

£5

Ticket price subject to change.
Where applicable, 5% transaction charge may apply, plus postage from £1.

Groups & Concessions

All tickets for this talk are £5.

Food & Drink

Deli Bar

If you’re short on time and looking for a quick and tasty bite to eat before the show, our Deli Bar is perfect.

Our Bars

You’ll receive a warm welcome at our Foyer Bars, conveniently positioned for both Stalls and Circle levels.

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