Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

The Rape of Lucretia

  • Age Guidance:
    12+ (contains themes of rape and violence)
  • Duration:
    Approx. 2 hours and 30 mins
Overview

Rome, 510BC. At a military camp outside the city, the Etruscan prince Tarquinius Sextus hatches a plan where virtue and violence collide, which will unfold to destroy Lucretia, bring about the end of Etruscan rule and the rise of the Roman Republic.

Written in 1946, Britten coined the term ‘chamber opera’ to describe this intimate and compelling masterpiece. Presented by Trinity Laban Opera, this work of psychological force and power promises to be an intense and rewarding experience, and an opportunity to hear young talent at the very start of their careers.

Director: Laura Attridge
Musical Director: Jonathan Tilbrook
Designer: Lizzy Leech

Please note: The Saturday matinee will be performed by a cover cast


The Rape of Lucretia is an external promotion by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Useful to Know

This show contains smoke effects

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Cast

Cast
Male Chorus William Branston
Female Chorus Hope Lavelle
Collatinus Samuel Mitchell
Junius James Lomas
Prince Tarquinius Michael Lafferty-Smith
Lucretia Rachel Maby
Bianca Anna Prowse
Lucia Juliette Koch

Cover cast
Male Chorus Sandeep Gurrapadi
Female Chorus Alicia Mallace-Goulbourne
Collatinus Michael Collins
Junius Bill Semple
Prince Tarquinius Oliver Sheffield
Lucretia Charlotte Diamond
Bianca Cassie Dalby
Lucia Emily Kirby-Ashmore

Dates & Tickets
  • Fri 6 July 20187:30pm
  • Sat 7 July 20182:30pm
  • Sat 7 July 20187:30pm
  • Sun 8 July 20183:00pm