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    PinpointCreate have been commissioned to produce a dramatic and dynamic production of Benjamin Britten's Children's Opera, Noyes Fludde.

    The opera is to be recreated In celebration of Britten's centenary. The artistic vision is an homage to the devastating floods in the East of England of 1953.
    In a collaborative work, performances led by Southend Choirs, music by the Britten Sinfonia, professional singers, community choirs and volunteers take Noyes Fludde from Southend on Sea to Tilbury and then on to Southwark Cathedral. Southwark Cathedral was where Noyes Fludde was premiered.                    

        Performances will be:

    Monday 15th July  at St. Lukes in Southend on Sea  6.15 and 8.15 pm

    Wednesday 17th July at Port of Tilbury Cruise Terminal in Tilbury 7.30 pm

    Friday 19th July at Southwark Cathedral, London at 7.30 pm.

    These are ticketed events. More details to follow.....
  Noyes Fludde ( Noah's Flood ) is an opera by Benjamin Britten based on a text of an early 15th century mystery play.
   Its first performance was in Orford Church Suffolk, part of the Aldeburgh Festival, on June 18th 1958. 
   The London premiere was at Southwark Cathedral - four performances over two days in November 1958.
   This production features as part of Britten's centenary year performances.

   PinpointCreate's artistic director's vision is a combination of the Noah story and the floods
   that swept across European shores, the East coast of England and the Thames estuary. It seems fitting that 
   our journey and performances should re-trace and re-create those times.
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