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Don Pasquale

Teetering between cruelty and comedy, director Damiano Michieletto brings a new production of Don Pasquale to the ROH, after its successful runs in Pa...
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Orpheus and Eurydice

Gluck’s contribution to the development of opera is still under-appreciated, straddling as he does the transition between the Baroque and Classical er...
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King John

Let me start by saying that the new production of Shakespeare’s too-infrequently produced play, King John, is entertaining, moving, engaging, utterly ...
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Agrippina

Of all the German composers in the 18th Century, Music by Handel epitomises the most European-ness; written in just 21 days, Agrippina was his first m...
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We Anchor In Hope

I’ve been to theatres in pubs before. Pub theatres are quite common, after all. But I’ve never seen a theatre converted into a pub before. This has ha...
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The Elixir of Love

The Welsh are coming! After a Don Pasquale set in Cardiff around a kebab van, we now have an Elisir set in a café in Barry - admittedly it is run by I...
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Malory Towers

There is something truly magical about Emma Rice’s production of Malory Towers. Malory Towers is an adaptation of the series of six Malory Towers nove...
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Only Yesterday

On their way to become two of music's most beloved songwriters, Lennon and McCartney spend a rollicking, rocking night stranded in a bland, blonde h...
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Novenas for a Lost Hospital

Grab your walking shoes and ditch your large bags, folks - this show requires your hands free to hold a candle, applaud, and perhaps wipe some stray t...