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Gershwin, Verdi and an opera for all the family, all at the Theatre in the Woods
Barrie Kosky is one of the most exciting directors, and Carmen one of the best works in the repertoire. Theirs is a marriage made in heaven, if you love vaudeville
A welcome return for Jonathan Miller's impeccable production of Puccini's tender opera, stylishly set in 1930s Paris
The Royal Opera House Cinema Festival presents films of some of its most memorable ballet and opera performances in the newly refurbished Linbury Theatre
Mozart's comic and heroic opera sparkles with the enchantment it promises in a welcome spring revival
Money is no object when Hanna hits town, but affection for the dashing Danilo comes at a different price in Franz Lehár's scintillating comic opera
Laughter, suspense and great story-telling from Smetana, Mozart, Offenbach and Britten in four new productions
The world's finest singers and classiest opera productions, forged in London and beyond, come to the big screen
Drop into Covent Garden for a daytime musical refreshment from the best of the Royal Opera House's rising singers and instrumentalists
Philip Glass's opera is set amid the ceremonies and sun worship of a great Egyptian ruler
A young woman is trapped in a hopeless marriage, but her husband's departure opens up new possibilities .... A star team stages a new production of Janáček's opera
A classic and beautiful production of Verdi's moving opera returns with two starry casts
A thrilling and terrifying card game has deadly consequences in Tchaikovsky's great opera
Youthful casting helps make perfect sense of an opera where nothing is as it seems
Dvorak, Mozart, Rossini and more, plus a rarity directed by Fiona Shaw in a season that opens with a big Berlioz bang
A determined girl sets out against all odds – and the gods – in a new opera for all the family
Tickets are now on sale for the enticing inaugural season of dance and opera at the new Linbury Theatre.
Opera for all the family, based on the fairytale by the Brothers Grimm, with a pop-up picturebook set
The women whose lives are threatened or taken are at the forefront of an opera based on crimes in the East End
When a woman acquires the means to mend a broken romance, comedy as well as love ensues
A Verdi drama, a Mozart comedy and a backstage romp by Richard Strauss are joined by an Italian rarity in the Opera Holland Park programme for June
– July 2018