The final performance of a sell-out opera which takes place in a Birmingham warehouse will be streamed live over the internet for those who were unable to get tickets.
Birmingham Opera Company (BOC) has been performing the critically acclaimed production, The Ice Break, at the B12 warehouse in Digbeth.
Michael Tippett's opera about race and riots has not been performed since being written in the late 1970s and Graham Vick's new production, which sees a former galvanised steel warehouse converted into an airport lounge and an Ibiza megaclub, opened last week to packed houses.
The last show takes place on Thursday, April 9.
Formed in 1987, BOC involves hundreds of volunteers in its productions, with acting and singing choruses made up of people aged 16 to 80 from all walks of life.
BOC is also unusual for not staging productions in a formal setting but taking it to the people in quirky urban locations, including shopping centres, former factories, a bank and an ice rink.
In 2012, the award-winning Mittwoch Aus Licht involved a string quartet flying over the city in helicopters.
The live stream of The Ice Break will be accessible here from 7.30pm tomorrow night with the performance starting at 8pm and lasting 75 minutes.