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Your opera ticket is your train ticket

A purchased ticket entitles the holder to use local transport on the day of the performance, from 5 hours before curtain up until the public transport system closes down for the night. If you wish to travel first class you will have to up-grade.
Subscription ticket holders' passes also entitle them to use free public transport to travel to and from performances. This does unfortunately NOT apply if you have purchased your ticket through Print@Home-Tickets. We hope this will be possible in the future, when the RMV have come up with a way to make this fraud free.

Programmes on sale at the Advance Box Office

You can buy your programme for the opera when purchasing your ticket at the Städtischen Bühnen's advance box office on Willy Brandt Platz (programmes for new productions are not available until one day before the opening night). Programmes cost €5. Exceptions to the rule are the less expensive programmes for our productions in the Blockenheimer Depot and the programme for Die Zauberflöte, which is a real book. Our regular free and informative opera magazine is also available at the advance box office.

Introductory talks before the performance

Oper Frankfurt's dramaturges offer free introductory talks (in GERMAN about the synopsis, context and production) which last about 15 minutes and begin half an hour before performances begin. These take place in the opera house's Holzfoyer (on the first floor) or in the foyer of the Bockenheimer Depot.
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Franco Fagioli (Counter-Tenor)
Luca Pianca (Archlute)
Jeremy Joseph (Harpsichord)
Marco Frezzato (Violoncello)

Tuesday 08.01.2013 20:00 h
Opera House

next new production:

(The Flying Dutchman)
Richard Wagner
today at 18:00 h
Opera House


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