12 February 2014 at 9.50pm | 71 Comments
Superb acting and singing at #ROHdongiovanni tonight! Very interessting idea executed greatly! Loved it!
— Buga Marija Simic (@BugaMarijaSimic) February 12, 2014
Fabulous Zerlina and excellent Leoerelli in #ROHdongiovanni tonight. But not sure about that final sequence.
— Lise Smith (@Lisekit) February 12, 2014
#ROHdongiovanni was absolutely fantastic. Can't believe I haven't been to one before.
— Peter Brohan (@pbrohan) February 12, 2014
Hmmm. It *looks* fabulous. Finding it incredibly misogynistic, though, and not always musically together (at all). #ROHDonGiovanni
— Ruth Elleson (@RuthElleson) February 12, 2014
Very good production of #ROHdongiovanni - loved the set scrawled with names, like Leperello's notebook.
— Annette Rubery (@AnnetteRubery) February 12, 2014
#ROHdongiovanni what a lively production! Mozart would have loved it!! Baci from Parma
— mgc (@mgcapitani) February 12, 2014
Loving #ROHdongiovanni here in Bath. I'm no expert, but thought Donna Anna was superb and Don G truly despicable!
— DaveTriesBallet (@DaveTriesBallet) February 12, 2014
#ROHdongiovanni my son could give the don a few lessons about keeping more than one woman on the go!
— Emma McGlinchey (@LadyMcGlinchey) February 12, 2014
Liking #ROHdongiovanni, but sometimes the projections hurt my brain. They work best when stationary, lads.
— Laura F Farrell esq. (@lff12) February 12, 2014
@RoyalOperaHouse picture and/or sound is disrupted every 2-5 seconds. Literally impossible to enjoy the wonderful performance. So sad :(
— Eniko Hudak (@sherdnerdE) February 12, 2014
— Owain Gardner (@Odbe34) February 12, 2014
Phenomenal production as technically complex staging fused with stunning visuals. Beautifully translated to the screen #ROHdongiovanni
— Lizzie W (@lizziejfw) February 12, 2014
What did you think of Don Giovanni?
The Royal Opera House Cinema Season relays performances to over 1,100 cinemas in 29 countries around the world. The next live relay will be The Royal Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty on 19 March. Other productions in the 2013/14 Cinema Season include The Winter’s Tale and Manon Lescaut.