23 September 2016 at 1.02pm | 28 Comments
Plenty of emotion in #ROHcosi if you were close enough to see the nuance of the acting: a wonderful evening
— Jonathan Gibson (@jongib) September 23, 2016
#ROHcosi 1st Cosi for me. Music and singing were very good.Production interesting but could have shed one layer of complexity.Am going back.
— Upper Slips Boy (@upper_slips_boy) September 22, 2016
#ROHCosi production was too like being read a sociology textbook. Sometimes clever & funny, sometimes not. Six great performances though.
— Andrew Clark (@AndrewClarkArch) September 22, 2016
#ROHCosi ROHcosi superlative cast enhance a revivable production that is attractive and involving but over busy
— Michael Llewellyn (@michael456789) September 22, 2016
Beautiful music, fresh voices, inventive staging - l'm no buff but all together a delightful production #ROHcosi
— Hannah Cox (@HannahClarity) September 22, 2016
— Tim McDonagh (@tim_mcdonagh) September 22, 2016
The best of #ROHcosi comes from the pit.
On stage sets are lovely to look at but it is like view from a train, no emotional engagement.
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) September 22, 2016
Rather liked the self-conscious cleverness of #ROHcosi the blurring of stage & reality; truth & lies but the concept ran out of steam at end
— David Cloke (@DavidCloke) September 22, 2016
— Ed Beveridge (@dredbeveridge) September 22, 2016
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Così fan tutte runs 22 September–19 October 2016. Tickets are still available.
This production will be broadcast in cinemas around the world on 17 October 2016. Find your nearest cinema screening.