Last night of Pinocchio…

It’s the last night of Pinocchio tonight and as always it seems like it’s over so quickly; before we know it we are taking down the set and finding new places to store all of the props that we just can’t bear to throw away!  The strike for the production is tomorrow and straight away it’s time for this term’s last drama ‘The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other’ by Peter Handke which we start fitting-up on Wednesday.  I’ve got lots of photos from the workshops of the set and props for The Hour which I will post this week, but I thought it would be nice to share some photos of Pinocchio before the production is over forever.  These are just some photos from one of the open dress rehearsals (and of course nothing compares to actually seeing the opera itself), but for those of you who didn’t manage to get a ticket, here are some shots for you to enjoy…

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2 thoughts on “Last night of Pinocchio…

  1. Colin Gillert

    I have come to expect the best from Guildhall productions and was not disappointed when I saw Pinocchio last Thursday. I was delighted by the inventiveness of sets, costumes, props etc. Well done to everyone involved.

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