Noye’s Fludde will see the students from Hampton Court House join forces with professional opera singers and instrumentalists for a grand collaboration. Featuring striking video projections and bombastic orchestral playing, this is a rare chance to see Britten’s mini-masterpiece performed in an eighteenth century stately home.

Before the evening performances, you can enjoy a glass of bubbly on the terrace and listen to the Chamber Choir perform choral works by Britten and acclaimed contemporary composer Nico Muhly.

There will be three performances of the opera: Wednesday 6 July from 5.00pm, a matinée at Thursday 7 July at 2.00pm, and Thursday 7 July from 5.00pm.

Tickets: £12 adults, £5 under 18s

Noye – Michael Mofidian
Mrs Noye – Harriet Hougham Slade
Voice of God – Guy Holloway
Sem – Elspeth Brooks-Smith
Ham – Katie Swangard
Jaffett – Bruno Hawkins
Mrs Sem – Cassie Quick
Mrs Ham – Anna Kodicek
Mrs Jaffett – Ruby Lenthall
Dove – Romane Lollichon
Raven – Dhelia Succar

and featuring
Chorus of Animals – The Middle Years from Hampton Court House

accompanied by
Hampton Court House Chamber Orchestra

Conductor – Kieran Brunt
Répétiteur – Charlie Newsome-Hubbard
Director – Kathryn Sumner
Choreographer Lauren Haith
Chorus Master – Adam D'Souza
Art Director – Natalie Kavanagh
Set Designer – Josep Navarro
Projection Designer – Eve Blackwood
Lighting Designer – Julian Stewart Lindsay