MANKIND - an opera (16+)
Friday, February 28th
The text of Mankind was written and first played in East Anglia around 1465. A lively social satire in which farmer Mankind must choose between good and evil. He tries the path of good but finds it easiar to join a band of ruffians. He is seduced by a glamorous lady Devil and almost driven to suicide but eventually redeems himself.
Written for 5 actors, a singer , a small choir and 5 instrumentalists, the production draws on a style of musical theatre developed by Brecht and Kurt Weill in the 1920s and later by Britten in works such as Noyes Fludde.
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St George's Theatre
The event runs from 7:30pm to 9:30pm on the following dates.
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