26 March 2014 at 10.02am | 4 Comments
— Tatty Hennessy (@TattyHennessy) March 25, 2014
Probably first time a Venetian mid-baroque opera has been seen in a Jacobean playhouse: who cares when result was so effective #ROHlormindo
— Andrew (@chaconato) March 25, 2014
— Barnaby Rea (@BarnabyRea) March 25, 2014
— Chris Martin (@kryz1000) March 26, 2014
First opera in the Playhouse tonight with #ROHlormindo LOrmindo and what a treat it is in the space. Wonderfully playful and enrapturing.
— Rosie Townshend (@rhtownshend) March 26, 2014
The Wanamaker Playhouse was beautifully intimate but not sure if exuberant baroque works can't survive in much larger spaces #ROHLOrmindo
— George (@OperaCreep) March 25, 2014
— Stuart Clark (@Pavthat) March 25, 2014
— Tessa Fisher (@FisherTessa) March 26, 2014
What did you think of L'Ormindo?
L’Ormindo runs until 12 April 2014 at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe. Tickets are still available via the Globe’s website.
The production is given with generous philanthropic support from Sir Simon and Lady Robertson.