Sting for the ROH

I am delighted I have been working again with the Royal Opera House for a short sting introducing the Opera “How the Whale Became” bases on Ted Hughe’s stories, directed by Natalie Abrahami, and designed Tom Scutt. I have already booked my ticket and the trailer will be soon online here.

  • Royal Opera House _how the whale become_ trailer by Kim noce 1_0000_1
  • Royal Opera House _how the whale become_ trailer by Kim noce 1_0001_2
  • Royal Opera House _how the whale become_ trailer by Kim noce 1_0002_3
  • Royal Opera House _how the whale become_ trailer by Kim noce 1_0003_4
  • Royal Opera House _how the whale become_ trailer by Kim noce 1_0004_5
  • Royal Opera House _how the whale become_ trailer by Kim noce 1_0005_6
  • Royal Opera House _how the whale become_ trailer by Kim noce 1_0006_7

 

Have you ever wondered why whales are so huge? Why foxes are crafty or why polar bears have white coats? The answers to all these questions and more are found in this enchanting family opera by composer Julian Philips and librettist Edward Kemp, based on Ted Hughes’s well-loved story collection The Dreamfighter and Other Creation Tales.

The Linbury Studio Theatre will be transformed into a magical world by director Natalie Abrahami and designer Tom Scutt. A diverse ensemble of singers and musicians will bring to life witty and irreverent tales that are sure to keep everyone, from ages five and over, engrossed and delighted.