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Royal Academy of Music, Sir Jack Lyons Theatre
|The Royal Academy does the Threepenny Opera|
|A handful of times in operatic history, a composer has thrown away the rule book and produced a work which defies categorisation because it simply isn't like anything else in the repertoire. Kurt Weill's Die Dreigroschenoper is one such work: musically and dramatically, neither Weill himself or anyone else has ever written anything remotely similar.
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