5 July 2015 at 8.06pm | 24 Comments
Fabulous singing, stirring production of ROH Guilaume Tell. Viewing here in Chelmsford, Essex, beats cricket any day. #ROHTell
— Mary-Ann Munford (@M_AM2011) July 5, 2015
— Giovanni Pozzetti (@GiovanniPoz) July 5, 2015
#rohtell the drama and tension comes across the screen. Thanks for the great performance from Mechelen, Belgium
— Imola (@iCentaurea) July 5, 2015
#ROHTell What's all the negative fuss about. Great Act 2. Wonderful orchestra and singing. Ok, odd production but so what...
— stephen warshaw (@stevieboy48) July 5, 2015
— mint imperial (@imperial_mint) July 5, 2015
You can't say #ROHTell isn't full of ideas. Shame they're nearly all awful. As for the rape scene: totally unjustifiable.
— Mark Baker (@1630revello) July 5, 2015
The tree is amazing, the final image of the second act is so strong and powerful!!! #ROHTell
— Giovanni (@gio_pietrobon) July 5, 2015
This opera is extraordinary! It makes me want to leave my profession and join the chorus. Finley is as always spell binding. #ROHTell
— Will Sherwood (@CantColEngLec) July 5, 2015
— Ipswich Orchestral (@iosoctweet) July 5, 2015
— Hariclea Darclee (@Hariclea) July 5, 2015
— Andrea Rose (@AndreaTRose) July 5, 2015
— Minjaš Žugić (@Minjas_Zugik) July 5, 2015
— Helen Lewis (@tweetsfromhelen) July 5, 2015
An outstanding chorus! Enjoying everyone minute. #rohtell
— Eleonoor van Gerven (@EleonoorvanGerv) July 5, 2015
Incongruence between music & action in the #ROHtell rape scene painfully shows the gap between the heroic vision of war & its ugly reality
— Roman Kislov (@RomanKislov) July 5, 2015
#ROHTell needs that scene. Everything afterwards rings true. Real danger. Real tension. Brilliant. I am sold!
— kevdrwg (@kevdrwg) July 5, 2015
#ROHTell gang rape seemed to be tone down even more tonight. There will be nothing left soon.
— Attila (@attilalondon) July 5, 2015
Ugly, brutal, very uncomfortable to watch, yes. Gratuitous No. Powerful Act 3 leaves its mark #ROHTell
— Andy Bass (@Hotchi1idog) July 5, 2015
Guillaume Tell runs 29 June–17 July 2015. Tickets are still available.
Our next live cinema relay is Romeo and Juliet on 22 September 2015.