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One Thousand Ropes (M)
Trespass Against Us (R13)
Loving (PG)
The Music of Strangers (E)
NT Live: No Mans Land
NT Live: Saint Joan
NT Live: Hedda Gabler
NT Live: Amadeus
NT Live: Twelfth Night
A Street Cat Named Bob (PG)
The Innocents (M)
Lion (PG)
Hidden Figures (PG)
The Country Doctor (PG)
Moonlight (M)
T2 Trainspotting (R16)
La La Land (M)

Coming soon

The Passion of Augustine (TBA)
Viceroy's House (M)
Meat (M)
McLaren (G)
The Sense of an Ending (M)
Ghost in the Shell (M)
The Coming War on China
Pecking Order (TBA)
The Zookeeper's Wife (M)
Aquarius (R16)
The Salesman (M)
Their Finest (M)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (TBA)
Beyond the Known World (M)
Going in Style (M)
Beauty and the Beast 2D (PG)

Met Opera

Welcome to the 2016 - 2017 season of the Metropolitan Opera at Light House Cinema.

Click the links below for session times and more information

Met Opera: L’Amour de Loin

From March 2017

Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho’s breakthrough opera was described by the New York Times as “transfixing…a lushly beautiful score.” Commissioned by the Salzburg Festival, where it was first seen in 2000, it will now finally have its Metropolitan Opera premiere in a dazzling new production by Robert Lepage, featuring glimmering ribbons of LED lights that extend across the length of the stage and over the orchestra pit. Eric Owens is the knight on a quest of love and Susanna Phillips is his lover on the other side of the sea. Conductor Susanna Mälkki makes her Met debut.

Met Opera: Nabucco

From March 2017

The legendary Plácido Domingo brings another new baritone role to the Met under the baton of his longtime collaborator James Levine. Liudmyla Monastyrska is Abigaille, the warrior woman determined to rule empires, and Jamie Barton is the heroic Fenena. Dmitri Belosselskiy is the stentorian voice of the oppressed Hebrew people.

Met Opera: Roméo et Juliette

From April 2017

When Diana Damrau and Vittorio Grigolo starred opposite each other in Manon at the Met in 2015, the New York Times said, “the temperature rises nearly to boiling every time Damrau and Grigolo are on stage together.” Now they’re back as opera’s classic lovers, in Gounod’s lush Shakespeare adaptation. The production, by director Bartlett Sher, has already won acclaim for its vivid 18th-century milieu and stunning costumes during runs at Salzburg and La Scala. Gianandrea Noseda conducts the sumptuous score.

Met Opera: Rusalka

From May 2017

Kristine Opolais stars in the role that helped launch her international career, the mythical Rusalka, who sings the haunting “Song to the Moon.” Mary Zimmerman brings her wondrous theatrical imagination to Dvo?ák’s fairytale of love and longing, rejection and redemption. Brandon Jovanovich, Jamie Barton, Katarina Dalayman, and Eric Owens complete the all-star cast, and Mark Elder conducts.

Met Opera: La Traviata

From June 2017

Sonya Yoncheva sings one of opera’s most beloved heroines, the tragic courtesan Violetta, a role in which she triumphed on the Met stage in 2015, opposite Michael Fabiano as her lover, Alfredo, and Thomas Hampson as his father, Germont. Carmen Giannattasio sings later performances of the title role opposite Atalla Ayan, with the great Plácido Domingo as Germont. Nicola Luisotti conducts.

Met Opera: Idomeneo

From June 2017

Mozart’s first operatic masterpiece returns to the Met in the classic Jean-Pierre Ponnelle production, conducted by Music Director Emeritus James Levine. The superb ensemble includes Matthew Polenzani as the king torn by a rash vow; mezzo-soprano Alice Coote in the trouser role of his noble son Idamante; soprano Nadine Sierra as Ilia; and soprano Elza van den Heever as the volatile Elettra, who loves Idamante to the bounds of madness.

Met Opera: Eugene Onegin

From July 2017

Tchaikovsky’s setting of Pushkin’s timeless verse novel is presented on the Met stage in Deborah Warner’s moving production, starring Anna Netrebko and Dmitri Hvorostovsky as Tatiana and Onegin. Alexey Dolgov sings the role of Lenski, and Robin Ticciati conducts.

Met Opera: Der Rosenkavalier

From August 2017

The dream cast of Renée Fleming as the Marschallin and El?na Garan?a as Octavian star in Strauss’s grandest opera. In his new production, Robert Carsen, the director behind the Met’s recent Falstaff, places the action at the end of the Habsburg Empire, underscoring the opera’s subtext of class and conflict against a rich backdrop of gilt and red damask, in a staging that also stars Günther Groissböck as Baron Ochs. Sebastian Weigle conducts the sparklingly perfect score.

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