27 December 2018 at 2.37pm | 158 Comments
As the curtain comes down on another eventful year, we're taking a look back at your highlights from a year of Royal Opera performances on the Covent Garden stage.
Were you moved by Macbeth? Did you love Lohengrin? Crazy about Carmen? Did you discover a new favourite composer, or perhaps a new production?
We'd love to hear your favourite moments of 2018. Anyone who shares their thoughts on this blog post, via Twitter using the hashtag #ROHreview2018, or on the Facebook post sharing this blog will be entered into a prize draw to win two tickets to Gounod's Faust.
Here's a few of your responses from Twitter:
Definitely BP Summer screening of Don Giovanni (Mozart) as could see on youtube, with audience singing "La ci darem la mano" and interviews hosted by Rob, Karthi and Gok Wan. A good introduction to those not familiar with opera.
imaginative sets by Es Devlin#ROHreview2018
— Julia Kwan (@kwan_julia) December 28, 2018
#ROHreview2018 Netrebko lady Macbeth, and Falstaff, Verdian perfection, said hi to Tony P there too!
— Roy (@Royiamroy) December 27, 2018
Competition terms and conditions: The 2018 Royal Opera review competition prize is two tickets to Faust on 3 May. Closing date for entry is 4 January 2019. The winner will be notified by 6 January 2019. All aspects of the prize are non-refundable, non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for another date. Travel or accommodation costs are not included in the prize. This prize draw can only be entered by tweeting with #ROHreview2018 or by commenting on this blog post, or on the Facebook post sharing this blog.