The Operetta returns to London after 140 years
A choppy Dutchman sails through Grand Junction
Shakespeare’s classic and Mendelssohn together
Astounding grief in Górecki’s staged ritual
Diverse voices sing out in telling cop opera
Golden Wagner from a rejuvenated English National Opera
Wagner’s early opera absolves its sins in a less than favourable performance
Opera Loki delivery a raw and unflinching version of Puccini’s opera
A Japanese Romeo and Juliet to the songs of Queen’s A Night At The Opera
Parsifal reaches the journey's end at the Southbank from Opera North
A contemporary queer reinvention of Puccini’s classic opera
Margaret Atwood’s definitive tale at the Coliseum
Cabin in the Woods meets Norse myth as Wagner rocks the Coliseum
The shows will run for three performances only
A new take on the world’s greatest tragedy
I didn't understand a word and sometimes I felt confused but my eyes and ears went back home very...
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