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Night at the opera beamed live onto Islington big screen

15:29 12 January 2013

La Boheme
 at the Royal Opera
 House. Pic: Johan Persson

La Boheme at the Royal Opera House. Pic: Johan Persson

Johan Persson

An operatic tale of love and tragedy comes to Islington on Tuesday.

La Bohème, a four-act production by Giacomo Puccini, will be performed live at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and beamed via satellite to the Vue Cinema, in the N1 Centre, Parkfield Street.

The tale follows a group of bohemian friends in Paris and charts their chaotic romances.

The screening starts at 7.15pm, tickets are priced £15.

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