25 April 2018 at 10.38am | 1 Comment
Incredible, razor sharp ensemble work at the heart of fantastic #448Psychosis last night. Congrats all involved onstage. @chroma_ensemble delivering absolute quality as ever. Glad to finally catch it! @LyricHammer @RoyalOperaHouse
— Oliver Brignall (@olliebrignall) April 25, 2018
Really in awe at #448Psychosis @philipvenables. Undoubtedly going to be a piece for the history books; I hope all composers and opera houses take note (I certainly have). So affected was I that I found myself counting down from 100 in 7s in my dreams last night! A must see!!
— Robin Haigh (@robinhaigh1) April 25, 2018
#448Psychosis @philipvenables superb interplay of visuals, text & score, superbly performed by cast & @chroma_ensemble tonight @LyricHammer Inspired use of a hand saw an unforgettable highlight. pic.twitter.com/gO1Q8SHrZy
— tsokolow (@tsokolow) April 24, 2018
#448psychosis, it turns out, is not a stage work about fretting over a hitherto untried concert pitch... ????
— Cheyney Kent (@CheyneyK) April 24, 2018
4.48 Psychosis is deeply unsettling, very disturbing but essential viewing for people working in #MentalHealth - the cast, players and production are all stupendous @LyricHammer #448psychosis @TheRoyalOpera pic.twitter.com/2CpacHtOrn
— Ed Beveridge (@dredbeveridge) April 24, 2018
— George Chambers (@geocham) April 24, 2018
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4.48 Psychosis runs at the Lyric Hammersmith until 4 May 2018. Tickets are still available.
The opera is a co-commission with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.