25 April 2017 at 12.33pm | 16 Comments
— Helen Beardsley (@Barbadetroia) April 25, 2017
Quite an evening at #ROHangel. Luxury cast of thousands and plenty of wit. Surreal for sure
— george kingston (@georgecovengard) April 25, 2017
#ROHangel Ondes Martenot the defining sound of the score. Beautifully played by Cynthia Millar.
— Gavin Dixon (@saquabote) April 25, 2017
— Naomi Gardom (@ourwakingsouls) April 25, 2017
#ROHangel That was the darkest thing I have seen on that stage. Chills you to the bone. The set design is superb. Simple, but very powerful.
— Gary Neil Cairney (@GaryCairney) April 24, 2017
Did I enjoy it? Was I supposed to enjoy it? Would I enjoy it again? Not yet sure, but hats off to cast on remarkable vocal feat. #ROHangel
— Mimi Doulton (@MimiDoulton) April 24, 2017
Liked music of #ROHangel but left uncertain of its merits as an opera. Curious to read reviews. Thought 1st act boring; but 2&3 much better
— Slugging A Vampire (@vampireslugger) April 24, 2017
Utterly spellbound by the theatrical wonderment, spectacular score & utterly sublime weirdness of #ROHangel bravi tutti!
— Barbara Rathbone (@bibirathbone) April 24, 2017
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The Exterminating Angel runs until 8 May 2017. Tickets are still available.
The production is a co-commission and co-production with Salzburg Festival, the Metropolitan Opera, New York, and the Royal Danish Opera and is staged with generous philanthropic support from Stefan Sten Olsson, The John S. Cohen Foundation and The Boltini Trust.