Mozart and Salieri: a Little Tragedy
By Alexander Pushkin

18:00, Sat 26th January 2019 at Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio
Lent Week 1

"There is no justice on earth, they say... but there is none in heaven either."

Before Milos Forman's film, before Peter Shaffer's play, there was Pushkin's Mozart and Salieri.

One of the Russian poet's greatest works, this brief "Little Tragedy" is a gem of world theatre. Exploring the turbulent relationship between two great composers, it is a story of mania, music, jealousy and murder. Co-organised by the Cambridge University Italian Society and the annual International Theatre Festival, this free English-language production is a celebration of Pushkin's work and life, an evening of performance, music with a special critical introduction.

"My dear friend, genius and villainy are two things incompatible. Don't you agree?"

Tickets are free of charge, but limited to 50 - if you wish to come, make sure you reserve a ticket by emailing, or come early to ensure you have a seat.


Blind Fiddler/Death

Production Team