Posted by Ho June 10, 2008

After sold out runs of Monkey: Journey to the West at Manchester International Festival, by Théâtre du Châtelet and Spoleto Festival USA, we are pleased to announce that Monkey: Journey to the West will be at the Royal Opera House, London, between 23-26 July 2008 for 7 shows only. Ticket prices are £10-£75 and go on sale to the public 12th June 2008 at 2pm, (10am with priority booking).
If you missed this last time round like me then be sure to jump on this opportunity to go see this show!!

From newsletter...

Monkey: Journey to the West is a new opera. Directed by Chen Shi-Zheng, composed by Damon Albarn with visual concept, design and animation by Jamie Hewlett. Monkey is based on the ancient Chinese legend and combines Music, Animation, Chinese acrobatics and martial arts to tell the story of Monkey’s quest for enlightenment, along side his travelling companions Tripitaka, Pigsy and Sandy. You can find out more about the story and watch a trailer at

And yes, it’s true, Monkey is confirmed to be the star of this years BBC Olympic campaign"


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