Handel: Acis and Galatea

St John's Smith Square, London
7:30 pm, Monday, 19 March, 2018

Photos: Robert Workman

To celebrate the 300th anniversary of the first performance of Acis and Galatea, Pegasus joins the London Handel Orchestra and vocal soloists Lucy Page, Nick Pritchard, Ed Grint and Jorge Navarro Colorado for a full staging of Handel’s popular pastoral opera. The bittersweet story, taken from Ovid’s Metamorphoses, tells of the love between the shepherd Acis and sea-nymph Galatea, thwarted by the jealous giant Polyphemus.

Laurence Cummings (conductor) and Martin Parr (director) conjure up an Arcadian world of glades and bowers in a performance that will  embrace the grandeur as well as the intimacy of St John’s Smith Square.

Photos: Robert Workman

Photos: Robert Workman

Nick Pritchard – Acis

Lucy Page – Galatea

Ed Grint – Polyphemus

Jorge Navarro Colorado –  Damon

Laurence Cummings – Conductor

Martin Parr – Director

Charlotte Espiner – Costume Designer

Jack Weir – Lighting Designer

London Handel Orchestra


TICKETS £55, £45, £35, £25, £15

Available from St John’s Smith Square at 020 7222 1061 or click here.

Venue details

St John's Smith Square, Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA
Nearest tube: Westminster, Victoria, Pimlico