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Vibrant young theatre: Opera for All's Eugene Onegin project with school children in Grimsby

Opera for All's Eugene Onegin project in Grimsby Central Hall 60 children from NE Lincolnshire singing and dancing, performing their own interpretation of Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, mixing the opera with their own take on the plot and some distinctive twists, alongside two professional singers. This was the latest of Opera for All's projects, bringing opera and a sense of cultural community to coastal areas.
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