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DIDO & ANEAS / 15 MAY 2022

About

Richmond Opera are delighted to bring to Barnes Purcell's best-known Baroque Opera. With orchestra and dancers, this semi-staged production will take you on a journey with the famed Trojan hero Aeneas and his lover Dido, the Queen of Carthage. A tale of seduction, scheming and sorcery, climaxing in the timeless 'Dido's Lament'.

 

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
General Admission£16.00 per ticket

Purchase tickets: https://osoarts.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173622799

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Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

The OSO Arts Centre is right by the Pond on Barnes Green, with its entrance on the Green itself, next to Côte Brasserie.

​Getting to the OSO is easy:

They are a short walk from Barnes and Barnes Bridge railway stations, with regular trains from Clapham Junction, Waterloo and Richmond

Frequent buses run from Putney and the south side of Hammersmith Bridge. Please note that Hammersmith Bridge is temporarily closed. For more details please check the Transport For London website

If you’d prefer to drive, there are parking spaces near Barnes Green and parking is free in many spots after 12pm.

Dido & Aeneas: OSO Arts Centre / Richmond Opera

Type:Theatre

OSO Arts Centre, 49 Station Road, London, Barnes, SW13 0LF

Tel: 020 8876 9885

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