Kiss the girls and make them sing

She sings, Where has my Don Juan gone? Well, hell be in Casino this Sunday. Chasing skirt no doubt.

The opera is coming to Casino. Hooray! Held under the stars at St Marys High School in Casino this Sunday, April 30, Mozarts Don Giovanni (produced by South Australian company Co-opera) will be a special event for those who love opera and for those who havent really been exposed to it much.

Anyway, under the stars, on your rug with a bottle of something nice and someone special to share the experience with (sniff), is the way to do opera.

Don Giovanni is the story of Don Juan, a famous Spanish womaniser who kissed the girls and made them cry.

Tickets for the event are available at the Casino Visitor Information Centre, at the Richmond Valley Council office in Evans Head or by phoning 6662 3566 during business hours (using your credit card). A box office will operate on the night for pre-paid ticket collection.

Ticket prices are $35 for adults, $30 for students/concession, $10 for children (under 16) and $80 for a family (two adults + two children).


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