Falling For Figaro 105 mins

  • Falling For Figaro
  • Falling For Figaro
  • Falling For Figaro
  • Falling For Figaro

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Friday, 19 August
10:45AM 
Saturday, 20 August
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Sunday, 21 August
10:45AM 
Monday, 22 August
10:45AM 4:00PM 
Tuesday, 23 August
4:00PM 
Wednesday, 24 August
10:45AM 4:00PM 

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Friday, 19 August
12:40PM 
Saturday, 20 August
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Sunday, 21 August
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Monday, 22 August
12:40PM 
Tuesday, 23 August
12:40PM 
Wednesday, 24 August
12:40PM 

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Friday, 19 August
10:30AM 2:45PM 
Saturday, 20 August
10:30AM 2:45PM 
Sunday, 21 August
10:30AM 2:45PM 
Monday, 22 August
10:30AM 2:45PM 
Tuesday, 23 August
10:30AM 2:45PM 
Wednesday, 24 August
10:30AM 2:45PM 

Falling for Figaro is a romantic comedy set in the fierce world of opera singing competitions, starring Danielle Macdonald and Joanna Lumley. Millie (Macdonald) is a brilliant young fund manager, who decides to leave her unfulfilling job and long-term boyfriend behind to chase her lifelong dream of becoming an opera singer in the Scottish Highlands! Falling For Figaro's season starts at Luna Leederville, Luna on SX, and the Windsor from the 14 July.

She begins intense vocal training lessons with a renowned but fearsome singing teacher and former opera diva Meghan Geoffrey-Bishop (Lumley). It is there she meets Max (Hugh Skinner), another of Meghan’s students who is also training for the upcoming Singer of Renown contest. What begins as a brutal competition between and Max slowly turns into something more.

This is a beautiful film—- wonderful characters, superb casting, great music and a story that is engaging and convincing. A film to warm your heart set in wonderful scenery and with a witty script well delivered.  What’s not to like? Even if you don’t like opera you’d be hard-pressed not to enjoy the beauty of the musical excerpts chosen in the film.

Joanna Lumley is superb and it’s nice to see her playing a crusty and serious role to perfection but laced through with real compassion and caring. 

Treat yourself to an experience of delight for your eyes and ears—and a story you will fall in love with!

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