Tagged in ROYAL OPERA HOUSE

Royal Ballet Proves That Variety Is The Spice Of Life

Royal Ballet Proves That Variety Is The Spice Of Life

From abstract dance to stories about unrequited love. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Carmen Is Monochrome And Magnificent At Royal Opera House

Carmen Is Monochrome And Magnificent At Royal Opera House

A fresh and thrilling evening. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
Giselle Proves The Ultimate Romantic Ballet

Giselle Proves The Ultimate Romantic Ballet

Soft and otherworldly. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Tragic Tosca Makes Ravishing Return To Royal Opera House

Tragic Tosca Makes Ravishing Return To Royal Opera House

If ever you wanted a way to get into opera, this is it. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★★★☆
Faltering Fabiano Condemns Disappointing Rigoletto

Faltering Fabiano Condemns Disappointing Rigoletto

Unrelentingly bleak and tired. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★☆☆☆
Royal Ballet Celebrates Its Former Artistic Director

Royal Ballet Celebrates Its Former Artistic Director

Something to see, whatever you look for in a ballet. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
11 Secrets Of London's Royal Opera House

11 Secrets Of London's Royal Opera House

Third time lucky. | By Zoe Craig
Must-See Festive Dance Shows In London This Christmas

Must-See Festive Dance Shows In London This Christmas

Mad Hatter's tea parties to Jazz Age romps. | By Sam Smith
How To Do Posh London On A Budget

How To Do Posh London On A Budget

Tip top tips. | By Victoria Thomas
Review: Heavyweight Opera Nabucco Fails To Land Knockout Blow

Review: Heavyweight Opera Nabucco Fails To Land Knockout Blow

Placido Domingo is good, but needs prompting. | By Holli-Mae Johnson
Royal Ballet's Frankenstein Is Brilliantly Brutal

Royal Ballet's Frankenstein Is Brilliantly Brutal

A horror classic, danced. | By Sarah Stewart ★★★★☆
The Audience Booed Lucia Di Lammermoor, But The Gore Isn't The Real Problem: Review

The Audience Booed Lucia Di Lammermoor, But The Gore Isn't The Real Problem: Review

Gothic melodrama at Royal Opera House. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★★☆☆
Review: Plate Smashing And High Notes - Earnest Goes Wilde At Barbican

Review: Plate Smashing And High Notes - Earnest Goes Wilde At Barbican

Oscar Wilde's most famous comedy played as opera. | By Silvia Baretta ★★★★☆
Where To Hear Classical Music In London

Where To Hear Classical Music In London

The best venues for concerts in the capital. | By Jessica Bailey
Charlotte Brontë's London, And Why She Wasn't A Fan

Charlotte Brontë's London, And Why She Wasn't A Fan

Her meeting with a hippo, and run-in with Thackeray. | By Zoe Craig
Review: Boris Godunov Is More Than Good Enough

Review: Boris Godunov Is More Than Good Enough

Bryn Terfel delivers hulk and heart. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★★★☆
Giselle With Popcorn: Ballet Comes To Cinemas In London And Beyond

Giselle With Popcorn: Ballet Comes To Cinemas In London And Beyond

The ultimate romantic ballet on the big screen. | By Sam Smith
Review: Royal Ballet Scales The Heights In An All-Contemporary Programme

Review: Royal Ballet Scales The Heights In An All-Contemporary Programme

One choreographer, three varied delights at Covent Garden. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Reach For The Star: A Shining Review For L’Étoile

Reach For The Star: A Shining Review For L’Étoile

Chris Addison makes opera debut in a rarely performed French comedy. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★☆
La Traviata Is The Cathartic Opera You're Looking For: Review

La Traviata Is The Cathartic Opera You're Looking For: Review

Good grief. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Review: Royal Ballet On Top Form In Varied Double Bill

Review: Royal Ballet On Top Form In Varied Double Bill

Two works from its founder choreographer, Frederick Ashton. | By Sam Smith ★★★★★
Not Your Ordinary Love Triangle: Tosca Reviewed

Not Your Ordinary Love Triangle: Tosca Reviewed

Exceptional production at Royal Opera House. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Review: Morgen Und Abend Is A Relentless Sensory Assault

Review: Morgen Und Abend Is A Relentless Sensory Assault

New opera lives in limbo. | By Holli-Mae Johnson ★★★☆☆
Preview: Royal Ballet To Showcase Two Works From Its Founder Choreographer

Preview: Royal Ballet To Showcase Two Works From Its Founder Choreographer

A double bill from the peerless Frederick Ashton. | By Sam Smith