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Vivaldi by Candlelight

14 Feb
  • Approx 2 hrs, including interval
  • £24
Six musicians in period costume stand on the enlarged hand of Antonio Vivaldi

Britain’s best-loved classical touring ensemble, the Locrian, present a musical tribute to the great Venetian composer, Antonio Vivaldi.

Attired in lavish period costume, performing in front of a stunning classical set, these charismatic musicians perform Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, a composition which depicts 17th century Italian rural life in a wonderfully inventive manner. Other works include the virtuoso Concerto for Two Violins, the Rustic Symphony, and classics such as Pachelbel’s Canon, and Handel’s Arrival of the Queen of Sheba.

Step back for a while from the hectic pace of our anxious times, into the elegance and grace of the Baroque, whilst listening to harmonies of this great melodic genius weaving his magical spell.

 

Spoil your loved one this Valentines Day and why not include a Big Celebration Package? For just £25 you can receive a bottle of premium Prosecco and four luxury hand-made chocolates for you and your loved one to enjoy in the interval! Or alternatively, if you only fancy a little bit of indulgence then why not order our smaller Celebration package for just £12 to receive two 20cl bottles of premium Prosecco and two luxury hand-made chocolates. Simply click here to add a package to your basket! 

 

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DINNER & A SHOW OFFER

Food

Make a night of it by booking a pre-show meal at Food @ the Mercury. Simply add either a two (£13.95) or three course (£15.95) meal to your basket along with your theatre tickets.

No need to choose what you are having in advance – simply select from the delicious options available on the night.

This show has been paired with our Primrose menu. Click here to take a look!

Mercury Main Theatre
  • Balkerne Gate, Colchester, CO1 1PT, Essex, UK

Box Office: 01206 573948

The Mercury's main 499-seater auditorium, with parking nearby at St. Mary's multi-storey car park!

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"The Locrian were spirited and sensitive, their rapport was excellent, and the result was utter pleasure."
— The Daily Telegraph
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