Director and conductor Christoph Hagel is known for his choice of unusual settings. His latest production is by no means an exception; until the 27th of May you can catch The Marriage of Figaro in the Bode Museum in Berlin. What better way to experience Mozart’s celebrated opera than from within the hallowed halls of this Wilhelminian Baroque masterpiece? You can catch the tangled love lives of Figaro & co. on display alongside the museum’s oil paintings, sculptures and old coins until the 27th of May.
We’ve got four pairs of tickets to give away for the performance on the 6th of May at 8pm. Just drop us a line or leave a comment below for your chance to win. Nothing livens up a Sunday evening like a spot of droit du seigneur!
Figaros Hochzeit im Bode Museum
Opera by W.A. Mozart
Until 27th of May (Fri-Sun 20:00)