English National Opera presents Benjamin Britten’s Death in Venice.
Does The Perfect American make for the perfect opera?
Director Carrie Cracknell makes this early 20th century masterpiece feel as relevant as ever.
Fascinating and sexy triple bill of twentieth century works.
An utterly ridiculous ballet saved only by its lead duo.
The ballet belongs to Natalia Osipova, with her superb technique and beautiful characterisation.
Family fun that works as well for adults as children.
Jonathan Miller’s production is an excellent choice for first time opera-goers.
Kenneth MacMillan’s choreography meets Tchaikovsky’s music in English National Ballet’s production of The Sleeping Beauty.
The first professional British production of Vaughan Williams’ opera since the Festival of Britain!
English National Opera’s first revival of its 2010 production works a treat.