13 September 2016 at 11.02am | 55 Comments
— Alice Jones (@alicevjones) September 12, 2016
Brave attempt for the principals' role debut. They did not disappoint in showcasing their voice and techniques beautifully.#ROHnorma
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) September 12, 2016
— Charles Tansley (@SquareAlbert) September 12, 2016
Set in different time/place/religion but emotions are all there and it works, well, rocks actually. #ROHnorma
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) September 12, 2016
Clever, inspired & visually striking ROHnorma production by Àlex Ollé & team. Didn't sugar the pill by setting it in a cozy mythical past.
— David Cloke (@DavidCloke) September 12, 2016
— Martin L. (@bkkml01) September 12, 2016
Really enjoyed #ROHnorma despite being a little distracted by Watership Down on tv. But great stuff. Congrats to all!
— Chrissie Bates (@ChrissieBates_) September 12, 2016
— adm (@alandmclean) September 13, 2016
Less convinced by this production than by the Caurier/Leiser, but #ROHnorma is visually striking, and who doesn't love a space hopper
— Jamie Henderson (@jsdhenderson) September 12, 2016
Basic idea of converting druids to Catholics also makes lot of the libretto nonsensical. Will be an insuperable problem for some...#ROHnorma
— Ed Beveridge (@dredbeveridge) September 12, 2016
— Dave Thornton (@thornton_dt) September 12, 2016
#ROHnorma can't wait to see this again. Got a return for 4 October! Amazing luck. Totally adore this production. Beautiful and brilliant ☺
— Mark Richards (@MarkRic85498153) September 12, 2016
Evening Standard ★★★★
Music OMH ★★★ ½
Times (£) ★★★
The Arts Desk ★★★
The Stage ★★★
Financial Times ★★★
What did you think of Norma?
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Norma runs until 8 October 2016. A limited number of tickets are still available.
The production will be relayed live to cinemas on 26 September 2016. Find your nearest cinema and sign up to our mailing list.