'Oh Suibhne, take me with you', end of the first half of Mad King Suibhne by Noah Mosley

This extract is from the end of the first half of Mad King Suibhne. Suibhne has been brought forcibly to see his wife Eorann after having run away mad into the forest. In the first aria of the clip Eorann implores Suibhne, saying that she wants to be with him and love him, even through and with his madness. Suibhne is unable to give in, the mad voices softly call him back. He rejects Eorann's love and runs away, leaving Eorann desperate and alone.



Performed at Bury Court Opera, March 2017


Composer - Noah Mosley

Librettist - Ivo Mosley

Director - Ella Marchment

Designer - Holly Pigott


Eorann - Isolde Roxby

Woman at the Well - Rafaela Papadakis

Witch - Laura Woods

Suibhne - Dominic Bowe

Guaire - Edward Hughes

Lynschecan - Henry Grant Kerswell

Blackbird - Katie Sazanova

Stag - Ozlem Celik


Mad Voices;

Anna Marie Mclachlan

Jennifer Parker

Kathleen Greene

Madeleine Joyce

Olivia Bell

Yara Zeitoun


Producer/Artistic Director - Suzanne Lemieux

Co-producer - John Coke

© 2017 by Noah Mosley. London | Noah Mosley | noahmosley@hotmail.com Join my mailing list here

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