14 December 2018 at 10.44am | 19 Comments
— Karen Esson (@Kesson50) December 14, 2018
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) December 14, 2018
An enjoyable #rohHansel that will likely warm up throughout the run; the standouts for me were Hannah Hipp’s Hänsel & fabulous Michaela Schuster as Mother. Haegee Lee was an impressive, unrecognisable Sandmann. A family-friendly production, but a thoughtful one. pic.twitter.com/ynGloYK9I0
— Jamie Henderson (@jsdhenderson) December 13, 2018
Charmless and vulgar production of #rohHansel. Boring if you're over 5. Bring back the old one with the kids on the fridge, it was magical.
— Fedja Hadrovich (@Hadrovich) December 13, 2018
I suspect I am roughly thirty-five-and-a-quarter years above the target age for #ROHHansel, but still found it decidedly charming and rather good fun.
— Andrew Clark (@AndrewClarkArch) December 13, 2018
#ROHhansel was delightful. Lots of fun & fairy tales & lovely singing. Don't half crave Lebkuchen now...
— Deborah Marson (@debmarson) December 13, 2018
— John Johnston (@JohnVecchio) December 13, 2018
— Barbara Maria Rathbone (@bibirathbone) December 13, 2018
Emerged unscathed from Hostel & Gretel. The Eli Roth-Leigh Wannell references didn't pass unnoticed. One for the kiddies. #rohHansel
— Mark Valencia ???????? (@MarkValencia) December 13, 2018
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The opera is a co-production with San Francisco Opera and is staged with generous philanthropic support from Yvonne and Bjarne Rieber, the Sitzprobe Circle and the Friends of Covent Garden.