“And what if none of their souls were saved?
They went to their maker impeccably shaved.”

"And what if none of their souls were saved? They went to their maker impeccably shaved.

“And what if none of their souls were saved?
They went to their maker impeccably shaved.”

MUSIC AND LYRICS BY STEPHEN SONDHEIM
BOOK BY HUGH WHEELER

SWEENEY TODD

THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET
A MUSICAL THRILLER

HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE

3-10 October

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There once was a barber who had it all; a happy life, a beautiful wife – all ended by a savage act of betrayal. Meet Sweeney Todd, “the demon barber of Fleet Street”. Born out of the ashes of tragedy and set on revenge, he makes for a dapper and dangerous man to know. Together with the beguiling and batty Mrs Lovett, a twisted plan is hatched – genius and ghoulish in equal measure. But the best pies in London town may not last for long, as Sweeney’s thirst for vengeance leads them perilously close to the razor’s edge.

Considered one of the most powerful, dramatic and theatrical horror tales ever set to music, this work will leave hearts racing and spines tingling long after the curtain has fallen.

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All performance materials supplied by Hal Leonard Australia.
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CAST

Sweeney Todd Ben Mingay
Mrs Lovett Antoinette Halloran
Anthony Hope Nicholas Cannon
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Desiree Frahn
Judge Turpin Douglas McNicol
Beadle Bamford Mark Oates
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Conductor Anthony Hunt
Director Stuart Maunder
Designer Roger Kirk
Lighting Philip Lethlean
Sound Jim Atkins


2h 45m (including interval)

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G


English
No surtitles


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Watch the set of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street being bumped-in to His Majesty's Theatre, Perth ahead of our sold-out season!

Posted by West Australian Opera on Monday, July 8, 2019

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I did! and shared!

It was wonderful.

Just wonderful a lovely varied presentation!

Joan Young here you go. 🎶

Loved it. Thank you!

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Thank you from an ex-south Australian. That was special.

Beautifully performed, thank you State Opera South Australia

My kitten thinks I’m mad as I sing along with Tarantara!

Wonderful memories of performing in Pirates of Penzance. In memory of the four police who died the other day.

Great to see these folk performing again, even if we're not with them. Great tribute by SOSA to the Anzacs.

Fantastic singing. I grew up with all this music, especially the Irish ones.

Floods of tears here. Takes me back to my childhood and happy family concerts around the piano on Sunday nights with my wonderful Uncle Albert playing piano with much gratuitous emotion

Not sure anyone can move Peter Dawson over but loving this rendition.

Taking me back.50 plus years and memories of anzac day with my mother

What a wonderful concert...congratulations to the singers and all involved...the ANZAC commemorations have certainly risen to a professional and amazing level due to events like this...a true positive of the lockdown necessity.

I am 72 and somehow these songs are part of my fabric. I don't know the how or the why , they just are and my family wasn't particularly musical. I guess I just absorbed them with the air I breathed. Thank you

Artists: Bethany Hill, Charlotte Kelso, Mark Oates, Andrew Crispe, and Gerry Masi.

Go you heroes.... doing the choreography from NLTC's Pirates of Penzance in my loungeroom 😀

Great work SOSA. Thoroughly enjoyed that!! Lest We Forget.

Thank you SOSA for a truly beautiful and meaningful concert this ANZAC Day ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Lovely addition to ANZAC day, well done State Opera

Thank you SOSA. It's wonderful to hear these old songs sung so beautifully. A very special and moving tribute. Bravo All.

Thanks Mark, too, for your singing of the anthems this morning. So great.

I am trying to find the songs that I missed.

Loving this, thanks state opera. And thanks Amy for drawing my attention to this.

My dog, Toby, is quiet for a change... enjoying it along with my loud singing

That was wonderful. I shall just mop up the tears after Danny Boy.. ...thank you..

A simple but big thank you. Songs from my youth. Beverley Frling

Lovely concert. Thank you to all the artists and to Stuart and State Opera.

Loved this concert, brought back memories of hearing my pop sing loudly to many of the songs, especially in the latter part. Congratulations State Opera South Australia . Feel free to share .

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I love this.xx

Beautiful ❤️

A beautiful video in these trying times

Wonderfull Mark, Andrew, Gerry and ladies. Oh (Danny) Boy that was great. And thanks for that little trick , just so that we could hear it again 😉

The magnificent Mark Oates was a good enough to let us share a bit of behind-the-scenes footage from the recording, in which we hear his gorgeous interpretation of Danny Boy not once, but twice. That's right folks - even pros can have a "moment" but they get right back up and keep on going. As one listener said "Lucky us to hear it twice!" 😉

Mark Oates you’re a wonderful wonderful human xx

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