Saturday's opera show at Apex Park halted by weather alert
outdoor screening of a powerful Tchaikovsky opera at Highbridge's
Apex Park has been postponed this Saturday (August 20th) due to
the threat of severe weather.
big screen was due to be set up in the park for Garsington Opera
to live-screen its production of Eugene Onegin in the open
air on Saturday evening.
in light of Saturday's severe
weather warning issued by the Met Office, the organisers have
postponed the performance until the autumn.
to the very adverse weather forecast with high winds and rain, the
partners who are organising the free event in Apex Park have regrettably
taken the decision to postpone the open-air screening of Eugene
Onegin in Apex Park this Saturday," said a spokesman.
the Met Office weather warnings of gusts of up to 45 mph in Burnham-on-Sea
from 0700 2100 hrs on Saturday and the nature of the outdoor
event it would not be safe for us to go ahead with the event."
open-air screening of Garsington Operas Eugene Onegin will
be rescheduled to an alternate date in the autumn. Wed like
to give our apologies to everyone who was planning on coming to
the event however we hope you understand the reasoning and will
join us for the rescheduled date. We will be in touch with a new
event date soon."