Carmen
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Carmen

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Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 16 January - 26 March

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With this special offer, tickets to select Monday to Thursday performances come with free dinner at Eastbank, The Dining Room at Sir Stamford Hotel or Searock Grill.

$99.00 - $335.00*

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Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 11 January - 26 March

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Pensioner, Student & Child tickets also available

$79.00 - $369.00*

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Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 11 January - 26 March

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Pensioner, Student & Child tickets also available

$335.00 - $369.00*

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Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 16 January - 26 March

DINNER ON US

With this special offer, tickets to select Monday to Thursday performances come with free dinner at Eastbank, The Dining Room at Sir Stamford Hotel or Searock Grill.

$99.00 - $335.00*

Premium, A, B, C & D Reserve

Buy Now

Standard

Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 11 January - 26 March

LIMITED SEASON

Pensioner, Student & Child tickets also available

$79.00 - $369.00*

Premium, A, B, C, D & E Reserve

Buy Now

Premium

Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Sydney • 11 January - 26 March

GREAT SEATS

Pensioner, Student & Child tickets also available

$335.00 - $369.00*

Premium

Buy Now

*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

About the event

The ultimate femme fatale is here to stamp her feet, toss her hair and dance. Will she love Don José? Maybe. Will you fall for her sultry Habanera? Definitely.

In the colourful streets of a colonial city, Carmen is a red hot spark. She sings her siren song, and suddenly Don José’s world is alight with a volatile fire.

This vibrant production features glamorous girls and bullfighting boys in eye-popping colours. There are smugglers in suits, parades and punches, lust and loathing aplenty. Irresistible Spanish tunes include the famous Toreador Song and flirty Habanera. Underneath those infectious rhythms, the dark undercurrent of fate pulses. Carmen knows she is dancing with death.

John Bell’s production is a bold look at the intense relationships at the heart of this opera. It hones in on the wild love that promises freedom, while binding the lovers in an unbreakable web of fate.