The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society

Tickets for this show £10* -  if you become a member this show will cost only £5


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* Online bookings through links from this site to TicketSource incur a 10% booking fee.  You can also book in person at The Village Shop and The Rose & Crown in Feckenham. There is no fee for personal bookings

Old fashioned “manual” booking opens four weeks before  the screening date .

You can apply in person only at The Rose & Crown and The Village Shop in Feckenham.

You can also book by phone using credit or debit cards - call Ticketsource on 0333 666 3366 (Normal call rates - NOT a premium line)


HD Digital relay presentation - 2 hrs 20 mins (Approx)

There will be only 15 performances of this brand new production of Verdi’s masterpiece. The FeckenOdeon proud to be able to invite you to be in the audience for one of them.

The Teatro dell’Opera di Roma brings to the stage a new Traviata, created by Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti and directed by Sofia Coppola. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, Creative Directors of the Maison Valentino, will create the costumes for Flora and for the Chorus, in collaboration with the Teatro dell’Opera costume workshop. Sofia Coppola, a prominent figure in the American film industry – in her debut as lyrical opera director – was chosen to join this production due to her apparent musical and distinctive sensitivity present in her film “Marie Antoinette”.

The scenes of this new Traviata also take inspiration from the film industry world, endorsed by British production designer Nathan Crowley, whose previous work includes Batman Begins and The Dark Knight amongst many others. The musical compositions will be entrusted to maestro Jader Bignamini, associate director of the Verdi Orchestra in Milan. Among the leading voices Francesca Dotto will take the role of Violetta, together with Antonio Poli as Alfredo.

Ms Coppola has directed the opera with cinema audiences in mind - and has decreed that this performance will be played without an interval to allow big screen viwers to follow the plot as they would that of a film.


So that everyone can be seated in time for the prompt start at 7.30pm

we have to ask you to arrive by 7.15pm at the latest.

There will be a complimentary Bubbly Reception from 6.30pm.