21 October 2016 at 3.06pm | 11 Comments
Madness & mischief @TheRoyalOpera's The Nose: the tap dancers & Martin Winkler were especially mag-SNIFF-ficent
— Sam Cobb (@samjeancobb) October 20, 2016
Shostakovich's music in a snuffbox: moments of acerbic beauty, but numbing tedium despite manic activity. Powerful odd production. #ROHNose
— Andrew Mitchell (@chaconato) October 21, 2016
— Melinda Hughes (@melhugsopera) October 20, 2016
A chorus line of noses tap dancing across the ROH stage is possibly the best sight ion the theatrical year in London. #ROHnose
— Amanda Kendal (@AmandaKendal) October 20, 2016
So #ROHNose was wonderfully bizarre. Some great singing, but the narrative got lost at the start of Act III I feel
— Jack (@MahlerMad) October 21, 2016
Crazy, genius, unique, virtuosic. WOW! #ROHnose
— Ed Beveridge (@dredbeveridge) October 20, 2016
— Attila (@attilalondon) October 20, 2016
I'm not sure what just happened, but I liked it...! #ROHNose
— Shuna Scott Sendall (@sss_opus) October 20, 2016
— David Coronel (@King_Ouf_I) October 17, 2016
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The Nose runs until 9 November 2016. Tickets are still available.
The Nose is a co-production with Komische Oper Berlin and Opera Australia.
The production is given with generous philanthropic support from Hamish and Sophie Forsyth, The Tsukanov Family Foundation and The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund.