Between the Ring

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Between the Ring is an exciting series of events that will run alongside our performance's of Wagner's epic Ring, fitting between the productions of each cycle and including talks, concerts and masterclasses.

Further details on these events will be confirmed in the coming weeks. 

You don’t need a ticket to the Ring to book for these events. Booking opens in early 2024 - see booking dates.

cycle I (16-22 june 2024)

17 June 

Cidermill Theatre, 6.30-7.30pm

John Deathridge: How to get into the Ring, and how to get out again!

Musicologist, translator and lecturer John Deathridge discusses musical threads in the Ring cycle, and offers advice on how to navigate the story. With musical extracts featuring Longborough's Alberich, the internationally celebrated baritone Mark Stone.

19 June

Cidermill Theatre, 6.30-7.30pm

Rachel Nicholls masterclass

A Masterclass with Rachel Nicholls and our Emerging Artists, accompanied by Longborough's Ring Cycle Conducting Fellow Harry Sever.

21 June

(time & venue tbc)

Chamber performance with Rachel Nicholls

Acclaimed soprano Rachel Nicholls performs a selection of works, to be announced. Accompanied by Longborough's Ring Conducting Fellow Harry Sever.

cycle II (25-30 june 2024)

27 June

Blockley Village Hall, 6.30-8pm

Simon Callow: "Inside Wagner's Head"

Simon Callow's one-man show "Inside Wagner's Head", with musical excerpts performed by Longborough's Ring Conducting Fellow Harry Sever.

29 June 

Blockley Village Hall, 6.30-7.30 pm 

Sir John Tomlinson masterclass

Budding Longborough Wagnerians in a Masterclass with Sir John Tomlinson. Accompanied by Longborough's Ring Conducting Fellow Harry Sever.

cycle III (4-9 July 2024)

6 July 

Blockley Village Hall, 6.30-7.30pm 

Genevieve Arkle and Sir David Pountney

Writer and academic Genevieve Arkle joins Sir David Pountney to discuss aspects of the Ring cycle.

8 July 

Blockley Village Hall, 6.30-7.30pm

Susan Bullock masterclass

Budding Longborough Wagnerians in a masterclass with acclaimed soprano Susan Bullock.