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Opera Wine Dinner

  • Things to do, Food and drink
An opera singer singing in Luci's dining room.
Photograph: Paul Gosney

Time Out says

Enjoy an enchanting night of opera coupled with wine and a four-course dinner

If it's been a while since you've enjoyed a night out at the opera, Melbourne Opera hopes to remedy that with two nights filled with song, wine and food. On October 4 and 5 at Luci, a restaurant nestled inside the heritage-listed halls of the Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street, you can enjoy a bespoke songbook put together by MO. 

Take a seat within the stunning dining room and enjoy a four-course meal by new head chef Jason Lear accompanied by matched wines. To accompany each course, there will be four live performances by award-winning tenor, baritone and mezzo-soprano performers from the Richard Divall Emerging Artists Program.

Tickets start at $175 per person. If you'd like to take part in this enchanting and lyrical evening, head to the Open Table website to make a booking. 

Keen on more shows? Here's the best of Melbourne theatre and musicals this month.

Adena Maier
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Adena Maier


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