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Surreal magic abounds in The Royal Ballet’s triumphant new ballet from Christopher Wheeldon, set to Joby Talbot’s captivating music.
La Valse and Monotones I and II feature in a programme that also includes Tamara Rojo’s farewell performance of Marguerite and Armand alongside Sergei Polunin.
A triple bill displaying the breadth of Royal Ballet founder choreographer Frederick Ashton's exquisite style, seldom seen excerpts join some old favourites.
Berg's masterful and thought-provoking opera tells the gripping story of the rise and fall of of the alluring, destructive but vulnerable Lulu.
David McVicar’s acclaimed staging of Berlioz’s epic opera.
The monstrous, Greek mythological figure is brought to the stage in the world premiere of Harrison Birtwistle's gripping opera.
Núria Espert directs this fiery production of Carmen at the Royal Opera House, featuring top vocalists Maria Ewing, Luis Lima and Leontina Vaduva.
Sultry terracotta walls surround the action of Francesca Zambello’s spectacular production, with Anna Caterina Antonacci a live-wire Carmen and Jonas Kaufmann a dangerously volatile Don Josè.
Richard Jones’ production is set as a 1950's parish hall performance of the Elizabethan drama featuring Susan Bullock, Toby Spence, Mark Stone and Kate Royal.
Callas live at the Royal Opera House which includes extracts from Norma, Don Carlo, Tosca and Carmen.
Angela Gheorghiu and Jonas Kaufmann star in David McVicar’s opulent production, an exquisitely realised reading of Cilea’s masterpiece – essential viewing!
This 19th century classic, in an enchanting production by The Royal Ballet choreographer Dame Ninette De Valois, with original designs by Sir Osbert Lancaster.