To book, choose the number of people attending.
Select a performance of Don Quichotte, and then choose dinner at either Searock Grill or Eastbank (your whole party should book dinner for the same restaurant).
Make sure to book your tickets to Don Quichotte and dinner for the same day, and add both to your cart so we can make your reservation. We’ll make a dinner reservation for you and your guests at 5:30pm (make sure to order by 6pm from the set menu) before your performance at 7:30pm at Sydney Opera House.
The fine print
This offer is only available for performances Monday–Thursday at the Sydney Opera House until 28 March 2017, except for performances of The Merry Widow on Monday evenings (15, 22 & 29 January). This offer is not available in conjunction with any other offer. This offer is limited by restaurant availability. Bookings close at 4pm the day before performances unless sold out. This offer is only valid when the chosen performance and dinner are on the same date. Your whole party must book for dinner at the same restaurant. Orders will be checked and amended if the date of the chosen performance and dinner are not the same. This offer is only valid when the same number of performance tickets and dinners are purchased in the same transaction. Dinner reservations are made at 5:30pm, and you must order from the 'Dinner on us' menu by 6pm. This offer is only available through the Opera Australia box office and at opera.org.au. This offer cannot be applied retrospectively.
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4 performances at Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House
From a time when men were brave and bold comes the dreamer, Don Quichotte. He chases bandits. Tilts at windmills. Serenades the pretty girls. He’s a hero like the knights of old, pursuing dreams the world forgot.
It takes a special performer to make you fall in love with this eccentric character. Ferruccio Furlanetto’s Don Quichotte is famous. He takes the dreams and delusions of the famous knight-errant and paints an earnest and endearing portrait of a man out of time. Furlanetto’s Don Quichotte is brimful of whimsy and bursting with bravery. His sonorous bass finds all the colours of Massenet’s lush, romantic score.
He performs with brilliant French conductor Guillaume Tourniaire and Elena Maximova as the damsel Dulcinée.
Dinner at Eastbank Restaurant
4 performances at Eastbank Restaurant
Eastbank Restaurant is located at Circular Quay, a 5-minute walk from the Sydney Opera House. See the menu.
Dinner at Searock Grill
4 performances at Searock Grill
Searock Grill is located in Circular Quay, a 7-minute walk from the Sydney Opera House. See the menu.