4 April 2018 at 11.58am | 29 Comments
Well that was rather good wasn’t it! #rohmanon
— Pat Heath (@TheMemeSays) April 5, 2018
— anna merrick (@annakardar) April 5, 2018
— Karen McLernon (@BBB_Mrs) April 5, 2018
#rohmanon improved considerably after strangely subdued first act but I failed to be convinced by the chemistry in the key partnership right until the end
— Graham Watts (@GWDanceWriter) April 5, 2018
Despite the fantastic cast of dancers and costumes, #ROHmanon production is terribly old fashion; Monsieur G.M (opera's Geronte) is terrifyingly violent!!
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) April 5, 2018
— Lee McLernon (@bangorballetboy) March 30, 2018
#ROHManon once again Gary Avis & Bennet Gartside prove their mastery of complex stagecraft. Both outstanding last night. Riveting.
— Luke Jennings (@LukeJennings1) April 6, 2018
#ROHManon was v. fine tonight - a super cast all round. Shklyarov a touching & thoughtful Des Grieux who brought out the best in Osipova, I thought. Such an enjoyable and moving evening...
— Emily@italyheaven (@italyheaven) April 5, 2018
— Karin Carver (@karindcarver) April 5, 2018
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Manon runs until 16 May 2018. Tickets are still available.
Manon will be relayed live to cinemas around the world on 3 May 2018.
The production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Sarah and Lloyd Dorfman, John and Susan Burns, The Gerald Ronson Family Foundation, Lindsay and Sarah Tomlinson and the Friends of Covent Garden. Original Production (1974) made possible by The Linbury Trust.