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Articles tagged with "Falstaff"

Verdi unpacked: A guide to the master of Italian opera

21 May 2015

The composer of La traviata, Macbeth and Otello consolidated and innovated the opera of his time.

Laughing out Loud Part 2: More of our favourite comic moments in opera

24 April 2015

Look on the sunny side of opera with a handful of the art form’s jollier moments.

Young Artist profile: Luis Gomes – ‘To perform a lead role at the Royal Opera House is a moment you wait for your whole life’

9 April 2015

Portuguese tenor on stepping up to perform at the last minute, making his debut in a lead role and converting his family to opera.

Group Booking opens for Summer Season 2014/15

9 March 2015

Great savings for productions including Wayne McGregor's new full-length Royal Ballet work Woolf Works and the farewell run of John Copley's beloved production of Puccini's La bohème.

Laughing in the face of tragedy: Black comedy in opera

21 August 2014

Anna Nicole is just the tip of an iceberg – operas have long come with a sharp edge.

Animal Antics at the Royal Opera House

14 November 2013

The stage careers of The Royal Opera’s furry friends.

Shakespeare without borders: Adapting the Bard

7 November 2013

How England's most famous playwright belongs to the world.

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27 November 2012

A look at the plot device of letters in opera.

12 million attend London 2012 Festival so far

15 August 2012

Artistic celebration of Games draws crowds around the country.

Shakespeare and opera

3 July 2012

We take a look at the link between the Bard and the lyric stage, from Verdi to Adès.

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