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James Holmes; Matthew Eberhardt; Opera North; Francis O'Connor; Robert Hayward; Giselle Allen

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Weill: Street Scene
James Holmes; Matthew Eberhardt; Opera North; Francis O'Connor; Robert Hayward; Giselle Allen

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Weill: Street Scene
James Holmes; Matthew Eberhardt; Opera North; Francis O'Connor; Robert Hayward; Giselle Allen

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Weill: Street Scene
James Holmes; Matthew Eberhardt; Opera North; Francis O'Connor; Robert Hayward; Giselle Allen
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A shining Silver Lake from English Touring Opera

Ronald Samm (Olim) © Richard Hubert Smith
Weill's satirical fairytale bites just as hard today as it did in 1933.

Dead Man Walking receives thrilling UK staged premiere at RCS

Carolyn Holt (Sister Helen) © Tim Morozzo

Dead Man Walking receives its UK stages premiere at RCS with two barnstorming central performances and a huge cast. Conductor James Holmes brought this modern American classic to passionate life.

Opera North's Kiss me Kate arrives in London

Joseph Shovelton (First Gunman), John Savournin (Second Gunman) © Tristram Kenton
Cole Porter's exuberant wordsmithery and his smash-and-grab appropriation of a dozen musical styles can hardly fail to entertain; Opera North give us four top class leads.

A wonderful show: Welsh National Opera's Kiss me, Kate

Jeni Bern (Lilli Vanessi/ Katharine) and Quirijn de Lang (Fred Graham/ Petruchio) © Richard Hubert Smith
Welsh National Opera's co-production of Kiss me, Kate is another good argument for opera companies to stage Broadway musicals.

Razor sharp: a bloody Sweeney Todd at WNO

Sondheim's Sweeney Todd seen and heard as it is: one of the greatest late-20th-century operas.