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Irish National Opera

FAUST

1 – 7 Oct

Gaiety Theatre

€15 – €85

3 hrs 15 mins, incl. interval

Country: Ireland

Ages: For ages 12+

A curse. An apparition. A trade with the Devil. The aging Faust sells his soul for another lifetime in which to live and love. But the Devil’s spanner is in the works, and the Devil always wins. Marguerite, the focus of Faust’s intentions, is borne to heaven. Faust’s destiny is Hell.

Gounod’s 1859 opera is one of the pearls of the 19th-century French repertoire, from a time when
the Opéra in Paris insisted on lavish, spectacular productions. Among its most famous moments
are the evergreen Jewel Song and the Soldiers’ Chorus.

Jack Furness (“brilliant and bold,” The Guardian) directs one of the world’s most manipulative love stories, with the prize-winning young American tenor Duke Kim in the title role, and riveting Irish soprano Jennifer Davis as Marguerite.

Show Warning:
Performed in French with English
subtitles

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