Royal Opera House Live 2017/18 Cinema Season
Die Zauberflote by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at The Royal Opera HouseConductor Cornelius MeisterDirector David McVicar Set designs John Macfarlane Lighting design Paule Constable Movement director Leah Hausman Chorus director Renato BalsadonnaAssociate Concert Master Ania SafonovaCast:Tamino Toby SpencePamina Janai BruggerQueen of the Night Anna SiminskaPapageno Markus WerbaSarastro Georg ZeppenfeldMonostatos Colin JudsonPapagena Rhian LoisSpeaker of the Temple Benjamin BevanFirst Lady Sinead MulhernSecond Lady Nadezhda KaryazinaThird Lady Claudia HuckleFirst Priest Harry NicollSecond Priest Donald MaxwellFirst Man in Armour Samuel SakkerSecond Man in Armour James PlattThree boys Michael Clayton-JollyMatthew Price Alessio D'Andrea

Royal Opera House Live 2017/18 Cinema Season

The Live 2017/18 season is set to thrill audiences in more than 1500 cinemas in over 40 countries and The Beehive is one of them! Including some of The Royal…

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May will be marvellous at The Beehive!

Honiton’s third Science & Arts, ‘Festival of the Imagination’ begins on Friday 5th May with a series of very interesting lectures during the day, culminating in a Sundial making workshop after…

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NODA review of Urinetown

Congratulations to Honiton Community Theatre Company for their NODA report for their summer production of Urinetown the Musical here at The Beehive. This is what they had to say: “To pee…

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Review: Wonderful Will

“All The World’s a Stage and all the men and women merely players”.  With these famous lines the audience at The Beehive last Saturday night (11th June 16) were led…

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A View from the Beehive in June

Mad May is over and what a month we’ve had! The crew and volunteers at the Beehive have been brilliant, helping to ensure the smooth running of some stonkingly successful…

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