Martha Wainwright @ The Royal Opera House

I want to go to this:

Martha Wainwright returns to sing in the first revival of Will Tuckett’s interpretation of Kurt Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins, new in 2007. Two demanding star roles, one each for a dancer and a singer, portray Anna’s journey through the visceral temptations of American cities, with the dramatic tensions in Tuckett’s interpretation set to music by Weill from the symphonic to 1930s popular.

You can see Martha’s dates on her Myspace.

I looked up prices. If you want a seat at the front it will set you back £55. If you are fine with sitting as far as way as possible and in a corner (probably with a pillar or something obscuring your view) then it will only cost £6. In fairness the view doesn’t look like it will be that bad. You can have a look at seats and tickets and stuff here.I have never been to the ballet before. I am intrigued. Do you have to wear posh clothes? I don’t think I have any. Maybe someone who has been to the ballet before can enlighten me. I want to go!

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3 Responses to Martha Wainwright @ The Royal Opera House

  1. Wears The Trousers magazine January 20, 2009 at 1:07 am #

    hey Anika. I went to see Martha’s original stint in this a couple of years back and really enjoyed it. Never figured myself as a ballet fan but it was a great experience. you don’t have to dress up. I guess ripped jeans and stuff like that might get you a few stares but you don’t need to make too much of an effort :) Alan

  2. anikainlondon January 20, 2009 at 10:53 am #

    Thanks Alan!


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