Sydney Opera House: La Boheme by Opera Australia

Product ID: 181892
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No trip to Sydney is complete without a visit to its most famous building, the Sydney Opera House. Come inside and see a spectacular performance of La Boheme.
About this activity
Duration 2.15 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Wheelchair accessible
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • See a world-class opera at the iconic Sydney Opera House
  • Experience the original bohemian love story
  • Marvel at the incredible costumes and set design
Full description
Experience a performance at the Sydney Opera House of La Boheme, the original bohemian love story, set among the fishnets and fairy lights of 1930s. Admire the gorgeous costumes and impressive sets, as you watch this devastating love story play out.
 
A poet, a painter, a musician, and a philosopher walk into a bar to celebrate a sudden windfall in a lean winter. It’s Christmas Eve, and the poet has just felt the first pangs of great love. When a seamstress knocks on his door searching for candlelight, the pair fall in love.
 
Between the ideals of love and art, and the cruel realities of cold winters, bitter jealousies and empty pockets, two sets of lovers are trying to find their way. By the time the curtain comes down, you’ll know the answer to the eternal question, is love enough?
Includes
  • Ticket to La Boheme
What’s Not Included
  • Transport and parking
  • Food and beverages

When you get there

Meeting point

Sydney Opera House main box office. The performance takes place in the Joan Sutherland Theater. Your tickets will be available for collecting at the Sydney Opera House box office one hour before the performance starts, under the same name used for your GetYourGuide booking. Getting there: You will be required to provide photo ID to collect your tickets. It is not necessary to present this voucher.Many buses, trains and all ferries stop at Circular Quay. From there it is a 10-minute walk to the Sydney Opera House. Taxis can drop you off near the roundabout at the end of Macquarie Street.

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Know before you go
• While it is fun to dress up for the opera, there is no mandatory dress code
• An extra layer is advised because it can get cold in the theater
• All the operas have English subtitles projected above and on the stage of the stage. In 2019 La Bohème, Turandot and Madama Butterfly will also have Simplified Chinese subtitles.