9 January 2018 at 4.29pm | 7 Comments
Haunting #ROHsalome such terrifying plot so brilliantly interpreted!! I'm feeling slightly sick!
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) January 8, 2018
#ROHsalome Malin Byström is wonderful, voice and acting. An extraordinary reading of the Dance that is chilling and made me care for her. As for the music - how garish, filthy and wild it still sounds..
— rolf hind (@RolfHind) January 9, 2018
#rohsalome is terrific and terrifying in equal measures. I need a stiff drink and pictures of kittens to recover.
— sandra (@bicoated) January 8, 2018
Well Salome is an awesome awesome piece, and @TheRoyalOpera production is excellent. 100% would see again.
— Helena Cooke (@HelenaCooke8) January 9, 2018
Well that was interesting! Byström was strong, Volle was superb! But please can someone explain to me why the executioner had to strip down? #ROHSalome @RoyalOperaHouse #idontgetit #somuchblood #andaseveredhead pic.twitter.com/B1qhwh10yq
— Yael (@yaellabell) January 8, 2018
Electrifying night at @RoyalOperaHouse for “Salome” earlier. David McVicar’s production still feels sensitive, edgy and fresh and the piece is overpowering in it’s intensity. Marlin Byström owned the title role; orchestra and whole cast great. I can’t criticise it. #ROHsalome pic.twitter.com/mGJ86JgGU0
— ((( Ann O ))) (@Ann_O123) January 8, 2018
Strongly sung #ROHsalome - most of all from Michael Volle's Jokanaan. Afraid I wasn't quite with Nánási on the conducting. Might revisit later in this run.
— ED (@edwardzchin) January 8, 2018
— Mary Grace Nguyen (@MaryGNguyen) January 8, 2018
— Kevin Ng (@KevinWNg) January 8, 2018
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Salome runs until 30 January 2018. Tickets are still available.
This production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Simon and Virginia Robertson.