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Royal Opera House

First seen in 2007 and here revived for the fourth time, Laurent Pelly’s amiable production of Donizetti’s light comedy The Daughter of the Regiment...

BP's chief executive has spoken out against the criticism that surrounds the oil and gas company's sponsorship of arts organisations, claiming he receives "overwhelming...

David McVicar’s 2006 production comes up vividly in this imaginative revival overseen by Thomas Guthrie. This is a Marriage of Figaro moved forward from...

Barrie Kosky’s Carmen, returning to the Royal Opera House for the third time, rebels against the opera’s traditional 19th century Spanish visuals. This is...

The Royal Opera House, English National Opera and Opera North are among more than 60 music organisations publicly committing to achieving gender parity, as...

Climate change protestors have staged a mass demonstration at a Royal Opera House open-air screening in Trafalgar Square, calling on it to drop BP...

Since joining the Royal Ballet in 2002, the principal dancer has developed an impressively varied repertoire that includes leading roles in works by MacMillan...

Jonathan Kent’s straightforward production, with handsome designs by the late Paul Brown, has framed some memorable performances since its unveiling in 2006 with Romanian...

Umberto Giordano’s French Revolution drama focuses on a poet whose views prove unwelcome to both sides. Moreover, the allegiance of his rival Gerard –...
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