About The Diary of One Who Disappeared
Composed by Leoš Janáček
Poems by Ozev Kalda
English Translation by Seamus Heaney
Janáček’s song-cycle, The Diary of One Who Disappeared, tells the story of a young man who becomes infatuated with an elusive woman, eventually throwing his life away to follow her.
Performed in English, this staged production is directed by Guy Withers (Peter and the Wolf) and musically directed by Ashley Beauchamp (Mansfield Park, Hansel and Gretel). This passionate and dark song-cycle carries the audiences on a journey through the highs and lows of love’s emotions.
For an extended evening, this production pairs perfectly with Wagner at Twilight, a concert of Siegfried-Idyll and Wesendonck Lieder performed at 8:30pm in the gardens after this performance.
Full Price – £20.00
Blue Light Card Holders and Benefits Support (NHS, DLA, UC, JSA)* – £15.00
Under 30 – £15.00
Seating is unreserved. If you would like to reserve access seating please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This production is an imtimate atmostphere, attendees will have a good view.
Attendees for The Diary of One Who Disappeared should note that these performances take place after the gardens have closed to the public, so access to the gardens is not possible with these tickets.
Date & times
Dates: 17 and 19 August at 7.00pm
Location: Waterperry House Ballroom
Duration: 45 minutes