Back into the series, which I'll be concluding tomorrow. This is one of the rehearsal halls in the National Arts Centre, where the orchestras actually do most of their practicing as an ensemble. I was standing where the conductor normally would stand. I'd be out of my depth trying that- I can't read a note of music, after all, and there's more to conducting than flailing your arms about.
These can be found in the dressing rooms. They are costumes for lead performers in Opera Lyra's production of The Barber Of Seville. Design sketches were close by, and the closing image, a prop angel, could be found near the stage in Southam Hall.