Tannhäuser Royal Opera Jouse
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Tannhäuser

Tim Albery’s 2010 production of Richard Wagner’s Tannhäusser, in the 1875 Vienna version, returns to the Royal Opera House for its first revival. The ...
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Lucia di Lammermoor

Passionate love, sex, murder and suicide are unleashed on stage in Katie Mitchell’s production of Gaetano Donizetti’s 1835 three acts tragic opera Luc...
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How The Other Half Loves

Alan Ayckbourn was a thirty-year-old with a, shall we say, unromantic view of marriage when he wrote this exquisitely funny comedy in 1969. The humour...
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The Importance of Being Earnest

Gerald Barry’s opera based on Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ uses the skeleton of the play beefed-up with wild, bizarre y...
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NotMoses

Gary Sinyor’s first play ‘NotMoses’ draws its narrative arc from the Old Testament books of Genesis and Exodus. It comprises a sequence of scenes, whi...
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Boris Godunov

An interesting, yet traditional, reading of Mussorgsky’s masterpiece is presented at the Royal Opera House in the original (1869) seven-scene version,...
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The End of Longing

At the end of the press night performance of The End of Longing, a large part of the audience gave the four actors a standing ovation. You could attri...
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The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute has never lost its enchantment since it was first premiered in a small theatre in Vienna in 1791, three months before Mozart’s death, ...