16 January 2018 at 4.38pm | 58 Comments
The storytelling is absolutely phenomenal. The whole show is plugged straight into your emotions. #ROHrigoletto
— James Laurence Wood (@jameslaurencew) January 16, 2018
Beautiful Music, beautiful voices, ancient opera but modern feelings, an extraordinary experience #ROHrigoletto
— Emira Lanari (@Emy_Emy_Emy) January 16, 2018
I thought listening to opera was difficult... But listening to Gilda, Rigoletto, the duque and the sister (really bad at names here) singing at the same time is so crazy and incredible! #ROHrigoletto
— Santi (@santiix) January 16, 2018
Impressive performance #ROHrigoletto, really enjoying tonight! Rigoletto, Gilda and the Duke performing at highest level.
— Lluis Roca Serrano (@LluisRocaSerran) January 16, 2018
The cinema audience here in Dublin wild for #ROHrigoletto
— Laura (@fingalpimpernel) January 16, 2018
— Thomas Godwin (@Tom_Godwin) January 16, 2018
#ROHrigoletto Our hearts break as the music plays out the curse and futility of vengeance as love forgives and dies for another. What a performance at tonight's Covent Garden screening! pic.twitter.com/wzWHSb9vTB
— Neil Thompson (@caniscaelestis) January 16, 2018
Thank you 1,00,000,000 x @RoyalOperaHouse for the very moving #ROHrigoletto PERFORMANCE we saw this evening @ODEONCinemas Telford. Totally the best I’ve seen in 40 years of opera going. FABULOUS. HUGE. TEAR-JERKING. Big thanks to all the opera company! pic.twitter.com/JGvexmVgY7
— RobinLavender (@RobinLavender53) January 16, 2018
— alan preston (@aprestodwi) January 16, 2018
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