24 May 2016 at 11.30am | 12 Comments
— Kremena (@kre_mi) May 24, 2016
Loved #ROHOedipe. A memorable production with striking images, and a writhing, exotic score superbly sung by principals and chorus alike.
— Rick Evans (@rickaevans) May 24, 2016
Wanted to like Oedipe. Did my homework, but not wowed by #ROHOedipe. Good production, but too dimly lit &, to my ears, vocally underpowered.
— Don Fatale (@Don_Fatale) May 23, 2016
— Mark Berry (@boulezian) May 23, 2016
#ROHoedipe is stunning, definitely one of the best shows I've seen all year! Fantastic performance from Johan Reuter in title role
— Lewis Murphy (@Lewis_C_Murphy) May 23, 2016
Well Enescu is amazing, the show is fabulous, and I shall most definitely be seeing it again. #ROHoedipe
— Kevin Ng (@KevinWNg) May 23, 2016
— seneca (@seneca2008) May 24, 2016
Loved the new production of Oedipe at the ROH last night... If you can go see it! Breathtaking! #ROHoedipe
— Minette (@Minette_G) May 24, 2016
Supreme singing & playing in #ROHoedipe - really brings home what a riveting, vital score this is. Congrats all!
— James Savage-Hanford (@savagehanford) May 23, 2016
— Natasha Isaac (@TashIsaac) May 23, 2016
Music is hard work, with many inspired moments, punctuated by striking images of a prod that I struggle to fully decipher #ROHOedipe
— Sebastian (@Sebastian_G_A) May 23, 2016
— Thomas Walton (@keikobadger) May 23, 2016
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Oedipe runs until 8 June 2016. Tickets are still available.
The production is a co-production of La Monnaie, Brussels, and Opéra National de Paris, and is generously supported by the Monument Trust, Richard and Ginny Salter, the Romanian Cultural Institute and the Friends of Covent Garden.