A FEISTY new production will take its place alongside two of the greats in an a sumptuous season of Opera in Llandudno to close the month.

The Welsh National Opera (WNO) will provide another spellbinding series of soaring productions at from Tuesday, October 29.

Among esteemed classics from Georges Bizet and Giuseppe Verdi, this autumn trio of operas will feature the WNO's colourful new production of Leoš Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen.

Opening the season On Tuesday 29 at 7.15pm - with follow up performances at the same time on Saturday, November 2 and Thursday, March 5 2020 - is the exalted Carmen.

No one can resist the charms of opera’s ultimate seductress Carmen. WNO’s new production will bring all the passion and drama expected of this iconic opera featuring Bizet’s alluring music, including the famous Toreador Song to Carmen’s provocative Habanera.

The following evening at 7.15pm - and again on Friday, November 1 - opera diehards can relive the glory of Rigoletto, with a dramatic storyline so profoundly brilliant Verdi maintained it as his magnum opus.

This timely revival of WNO’s acclaimed production is set in the White House during the Kennedy era.

On Halloween, Thursday 31 the season then closes with WNO’s colourful production of Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen, which is charming, funny and profound in equal measure and reunites Director, David Pountney with WNO Music Director, Tomáš Hanus.

Don't miss the welcome return of WNO's glittering quality to Llandudno this autumn.

Tickets start at £17, with concessions available, to book visit venuecymru.co.uk or call the box office on 01492 872000.