La Traviata at Soho Theatre


La Traviata at Soho Theatre

A few weeks ago, we put on our 1920s best for a very special Vintage Mafia x Prohibition, which we really need to write a blog about. And we will. But while we’re on the subject of 1920s, here’s something a little bit special.

Next Friday, August 8th, there is a rather fabulous event at the Soho Theatre – a performance of their new production of La Traviata set in the 1920s underworld with a special 1920s soirée!

Following the success of La bohème and Don Giovanni, Olivier Award-winning company OperaUpClose and director/translator Robin Norton-Hale return to Soho Theatre with their new English version of La traviata.

The story of Violetta, a so-called ‘fallen woman’ who sacrifices her own happiness for the sake of her lover’s family and future, this production is set in the 1920s underworld of speakeasies and bootlegging and reveals the hypocrisy and heartache behind the glittering façade of parties.

With Verdi’s much-loved melodies orchestrated for a trio of clarinet, cello and piano by composer Harry Blake, this La traviata will serenade you, seduce you, and break your heart.

1920s SOIRÉE at Soho Theatre
Fri 8 Aug, 7.15pm
Indulge in the glamour of the 20s and wear your best vintage outfit!


Here’s the trailer:

It promises to be an amazing night with dressing up AND what looks to be a stunning production but, best of all, we have a special, exclusive discount code for £10 tickets (they’re usually £29.50)!

So if you fancy joining us next week, click this link and enter the code ‘VINTAGE10‘ – we just can’t wait and are planning our bohemian 20s outfits right now…


See you there?