Attila
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Attila

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Sydney • 12 - 28 March 2020

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Sydney • 12 - 28 March 2020

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Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre

Melbourne • 25 - 30 May 2020

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Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 12 - 28 March 2020

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$79.00 - $369.00*

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Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 12 - 28 March 2020

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Pensioner, Student & Child tickets also available

$335.00 - $369.00*

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Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre

Melbourne • 25 - 30 May 2020

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Pensioner, Student & Child tickets also available

$69.00 - $287.00*

Premium, A, B, C & D Reserve

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Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre

Melbourne • 25 - 30 May 2020

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Pensioner, Student & Child tickets also available

$287.00*

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About the event

The King of the Huns meets his match.

No one can stand before Attila and his hordes, until a warrior woman turns his head. As he opens his heart to his prisoner Odabella, the barbarian king reveals his weakness.

So the scene is set for one of the great revenge operas of the 19th century: an early Verdi in the vein of Aida. Director Davide Livermore fuses video projections with colossal set pieces to create an awe-inspiring world for Attila.

This co-production with La Scala was a tremendous success at its Milan premiere. It’s a “blockbuster spectacle” (Financial Times), with four vivid characters, two horses and plenty of crowd scenes.