22 June 2017 at 10.38am | 40 Comments
— Wisdom Hill (@Scarlet2046) June 22, 2017
— sakipol (@sakipol) June 21, 2017
— Sebastian (@Sebastian_G_A) June 21, 2017
Enjoyed the music & the breeches, not the sets. Desdemona's bedroom was like a White Company ad. (Useful scimitar-holder though). #ROHOtello
— Emily@italyheaven (@italyheaven) June 21, 2017
— Sarah Rogers (@tractorgirlie) June 21, 2017
— Shyam (@pronouncedsham) June 21, 2017
— Hariclea Darclee (@Hariclea) June 21, 2017
Agresta's Willow Song/Ave Maria was worth hanging round for. Haunting, captivating portrayal and her voice at its most beautiful. #ROHOtello
— David Jones (@schnuckster) June 21, 2017
Warner's production Acts1&2: dark, pared back. Static in places. Reflects a dark grim piece? Orch.under Pappano intense &febrile. #ROHOtello
— ((( Ann O ))) (@Ann_O123) June 21, 2017
City AM ★★★★★
Evening Standard ★★★★
The Stage ★★★★
Financial Times ★★★★
Arts Desk ★★★
Times (£) ★★★
New York Times (No star rating - positive)
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Otello runs until 15 July 2017. Tickets are still available.
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The production is generously supported by Rolex and is given with generous philanthropic support from Mrs Aline Foriel-Destezet, Mrs Susan A. Olde OBE, Alfiya and Timur Kuanyshev, Lord and Lady Laidlaw, Mr and Mrs Baha Bassatne, John G. Turner and Jerry G. Fischer, Ian and Helen Andrews, Mercedes T. Bass, Maggie Copus, Martin and Jane Houston, Mrs Trevor Swete, Beth Madison, John McGinn and Cary Davis, the Otello Production Syndicate, The American Friends of Covent Garden, The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund and an anonymous donor.