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Woolf Works at the Royal Opera House review: Wayne McGregor’s masterful ballet is a heartbreaker

London Evening Standard 02 Mar 2023
Alessandra Ferri resumes the central role and, at nearly 60, anchors a ballet about how it feels to sift through memory ... .

Dated and wasteful: Rusalka, at the Royal Opera House, reviewed

The Spectator 02 Mar 2023
There can be no definitive way to stage an opera, and it’s the critic’s duty to keep an open mind ... Then you pitch up at the Royal Opera House’s new production of Dvorak’s Rusalka and it’s as if some mischievous sprite has magicked you straight back to 1960 ... currently one of the little marvels of British opera.

Tannhäuser at the Royal Opera House review: a strangely torpid kind of hedonism

London Evening Standard 08 Feb 2023
Conceived for a specific singer, this staging doesn’t best serve anyone ... .

The Royal Opera House ditching its sponsor BP is pure hypocrisy

The Times/The Sunday Times 27 Jan 2023
Others, the Royal Opera and Welsh National Opera among them, have ... Yet this is the moment the Royal Opera House chooses to ditch its most loyal sponsor.

A merry Medea? Inside Lost Dog’s Ruination at the Royal Opera House – in pictures

The Guardian 01 Dec 2022
For an ‘alternative festive show’, Ben Duke and his dance company have created a witty version of the Greek myth in London’s Linbury theatre ....

Alcina at the Royal Opera House review: spellbinding and unmissable

London Evening Standard 09 Nov 2022
An endlessly inventive staging of Handel’s gloriously tuneful opera ... .

Light of Passage at the Royal Opera House: Crystal Pite’s new work is deeply felt ...

London Evening Standard 19 Oct 2022
This ballet, expanded from the 2017 award-winner Flight Pattern, is tender and poetic ... .

La Boh�me at the Royal Opera House review: Juan Diego Fl�rez is still kicking to score

London Evening Standard 17 Oct 2022
The Peruvian tenor and his co-star Ailyn P�rez get it right every time in this well-loved, if overbearing, staging ... .

La Bohème review – Christmas comes early to the Royal Opera House

The Guardian 16 Oct 2022
Royal Opera House, London Juan Diego Flórez delivers a winning performance as Puccini’s least mature leading man, while Danielle de Niese’s Musetta is merciless Christmas has in some ways come early at the Royal Opera, where there is ...

Last Days at the Royal Opera House Linbury Studio review: this opera based on Gus ...

London Evening Standard 10 Oct 2022
A meditation on a lost soul that could stand for all those who are driven to despair ... .

More depravity, please: Salome, at the Royal Opera House, reviewed

The Spectator 21 Sep 2022
Royal Opera House, until 1 October ... There were shouts of ‘God Save the King!’And then the lights dimmed once more and we proceeded with the business of the evening, and the life of the Royal Opera ... Arriving late at Covent Garden one afternoon, I was ushered, temporarily, into the vacant royal box.

Lloyd Dorfman’s mission for the Royal Opera House: ‘An Exocet is heading our way’

The Times/The Sunday Times 11 Sep 2022
Everybody has problems — energy prices, inflation — but the Royal Opera House has more than most ... “This is not a time for the faint-hearted.”Sponsored.

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