Found & Lost
-WORLD PREMIERE –
AN OPERA INSTALLATION BY EMILY HALL
25th January – 3rd February 2016
A black cab pulls up to the kerb on Whitehall Place. A woman pays the driver and takes six steps up to where a doorman is already holding the door open for her; her heels create a faint echo on the marble floor as she passes a stunning floral display. The scent of camellias hangs in the air and is gone by the time she reaches the reception.
She places a briefcase on the counter. The receptionist is on the telephone. She nods apologetically before ending the call with 5 star efficiency. There is a tension in the air that causes her to hesitate slightly before asking ‘How may I help you?’ The woman replies with a question of her own; you can almost hear it. It is the first of many…
This brand new opera installation by Emily Hall reveals the secret life of a hotel. Guests will embark on a sonic journey through some of the Corinthia Hotel London’s most beautiful spaces in this guided experience of discovery, where rooms can break into song, and real or imagined dramas could be waiting just around the corner.
There are just 12 tickets available for each performance of this intimate operatic experience.
Monday 25th January 2016 8.15pm
Tuesday 26th January 2016 7pm & 8.15pm
Wednesday 27th January 2016 7pm & 8.15pm
Thursday 28th January 2016 7pm & 8.15pm
Friday 29th January 2016 7pm & 8.15pm
Saturday 30th January 2016 3pm, 7pm & 8.15pm
Monday 1st February 7pm & 8.15pm
Tuesday 2nd February 7pm & 8.15pm
Wednesday 3rd February 7pm & 8.15pm
UNDER 26 & CONCS £20*
Including a glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne
PREMIUM TICKETS £35
Including a limited edition print of the libretto, a download code for the music and
a glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne
CLICK HERE TO BOOK or call +44 (0) 84 4477 1000
Please note: This is a promenade performance lasting one hour in Corinthia Hotel London.
*Under 26, full-time students, job seekers, seniors (60+), and people with a disability.
Meeting Point – Ticket holders should assemble at the reception area on the Northumberland Avenue side of
Corinthia Hotel London