11 September 2017 at 10.43pm | 12 Comments
— Ed Beveridge (@dredbeveridge) September 11, 2017
#ROHBoheme An affecting final act & some fine singing esp Fabiano & Kwiecien. Some niggles with the production but it was fairly pretty.
— Emily@italyheaven (@italyheaven) September 11, 2017
— James Dray (@Drayjames) September 11, 2017
Gorgeous set design. Simona Mihai as Musetta and Mariusz Kwiecien as Marcello a sensation as sub-plot #ROHboheme
— Jane Merrick (@janemerrick23) September 11, 2017
Tonight's #ROHBoheme was very warmly received by the public. There are several intriguing ideas there that feel, perhaps, not quite settled
— Operatraveller (@Operatraveller) September 11, 2017
Well, I very much liked #ROHBoheme. Plenty of snow, plenty of wit, plenty of honesty, and plenty of beauty. Just how it should be.
— Andrew Clark (@AndrewClarkArch) September 11, 2017
— Calum Kennedy (@svabhava9) September 11, 2017
Jones and Pappano gave us a tender, sensitive #ROHBoheme rather than a heartbreaking one, but with admirable attention to detail.
— David Cloke (@DavidCloke) September 11, 2017
The set moves with the grace of a tank but otherwise so much to enjoy in #ROHboheme
— Andy Heffer (@andyheffa) September 11, 2017
— Lucy (@Lucy_Phil) September 11, 2017
Mix of IKEA Christmas catalogue and Quality Street ad. Final act was so fashionable hygge, it was awkward. Decent singing though. #rohboheme
— Adrie van der Luijt (@Adrie_vdLuijt) September 11, 2017
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) September 11, 2017
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