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English National Opera

English National Opera’s clear and inventive production of The Magic Flute, first seen in 2013 and now on its third revival, is the ideal...

Lyn Gardner’s article on the death of the high street struck a chord with us. A huge town centre redevelopment, conceived 20 years ago in better...

English National opera is dropping surtitles for one performance per production in its forthcoming season. The opera company said the move had been prompted by...

Operetta is the trickiest of all genres: its performers have to be able to sing with operatic skill, put over reams of dialogue, and...

English National Opera is to close the gender pay gap in its backstage staff as part of a historic deal with union BECTU. A total...

English National Opera’s collaboration with Improbable and its director Phelim McDermott on Philip Glass’ 1984 opera returns for its first revival. It remains an...

English National Opera has launched what it describes as a “key step forward” in making the industry more representative, with plans to hire four...

A new classical singing competition featuring The Voice-style blind auditions is being launched to tackle unconscious bias in opera casting. By Voice Alone will see...

The Stage 100, in association with Spektrix, is intended to reflect who are the 100 most influential people working in the theatre and performing...
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