La Traviata

La Traviata

Heritage Opera presents
Saturday 5th September at 7.30pm

Adults £25.00, Concs £23.00.**

* Disabled seating available please call Box Office on 01205 363108

**Prices are inclusive of the 50p per seat Refurbishment Levy

Paris 1890: Violetta Valery is a plaything of powerful men, surrounded by the pleasure seekers of Paris, fair-weather friends who stick around as long as there is a fresh bottle of champagne to drink. 

But time is running out for Violetta, who hides a grave illness beneath her glamorous exterior. Only Alfredo, a young man from the country can see beyond Violetta’s pretence, to the sensitive soul within. Can Violetta allow herself to be guided by her heart for once, and fall in love with Alfredo? And will his respectable family accept this ‘fallen woman’? 

Heritage Opera returns to Blackfriars Arts Centre with Verdi’s passionate and tragic love story. Set in the Demi-Monde of late 19th century Paris, La Traviata will take you on a heartrending journey of passion, love and sacrifice, all set to some of Verdi’s most famous music.

Starring Sarah Helsby Hughes, Nicholas Sales as Violetta and Alfredo.

Sung in Italian, with English surtitles, and accompanied by 6 piece orchestral ensemble.


Blackfriars Theatre is run predominately by volunteers. The full voluntary Refurbishment levy plus gift aid, if applicable, will create a special fund to help maintain and refurbish the towns precious traditional little Theatre. This fund will also allow us to seek 'match funding' opportunities to enhance your theatre experience.

Please note: Following the latest government announcement - Mask Wearing is now compulsory in Blackfriars Theatre. All productions will be managed in a Covid Secure way, more information on what that entails can be found on our Blackfriars Covid 19 Guidance page which can be found under the Booking Tab at the top of our website. Thank you for your support and understanding. We hope you enjoy the show and encourage others to help Keep Theatre Live in Boston.

Blackfriars undoubtedly plays a very important role as Boston's centre for entertainment and the arts. It is home to two very successful local amateur dramatic and operatic groups, as well as hosting a varied program of professional stage productions.