Opera Holland Park, Stable Yard, Holland Park, London, W8 6LU

You can’t help but sympathise deeply with Kát’a as she journeys through internal conflicts of love, adultery, innocence, guilt. Janácek’s distinctive score brings the drama to life effortlessly, replete with traditional Czech folk styles and lyricism. Fuchs’s production was hailed as “not simply the highlight of Holland Park’s season, [but] the highlight of the summer” (Anna Picard, Independent).

Dates: 15, 19, 21, 26, 28 July 2017, 8.00pm

Revival of 2009 production by Opera Holland Park
Opera in three acts
Sung in Czech with English surtitles
Libretto by Vincenc Červinka
Directed by Olivia Fuchs

City of London Sinfonia
Opera Holland Park Chorus

Promoted by Investec Opera Holland Park.
City of London Sinfonia is proud to be Resident Orchestra since 2004.

Ticket information


Blue £70, Red £65, Green £59, Yellow £49, INSPIRE £18

Concession dates are on 19 and 28 July (£3 off, yellow price zone only).

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