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Puccini: Tosca
Dan Ettinger; Jonathan Kent; The Royal Opera; Paul Brown; Mark Henderson; Dan Dooner
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Cilea’s L’arlesiana shines at Holland Park

Yvonne Howard (Rosa Mamai) © Ali Wright
A good, honest staging and solid singing add up to an excellent new production – its third – at Opera Holland Park. 

Billy Budd finally drops anchor again at The Royal Opera

Jacques Imbrailo (Billy Budd) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
After nearly two decades away from the Covent Garden stage, it was time Britten's Billy Budd came home, in a new production from Madrid by Deborah Warner. 

Grange Park Opera's inaugural Tosca

Act I: Joseph Calleja (Cavaradossi), Ekaterina Metlova (Tosca) © Robert Workman
Woefully stiff acting lets down an otherwise excellent production; Joseph Calleja impresses in his role début as Cavaradossi.

Vaudeville. Nasality. Shostakovich. Kosky.

I arrived at the Royal Opera House in the usual way, settled into my seat, and – could you believe it – the opera was gone!

Gambling and Gothic: The Queen of Spades

Tchaikovsky's High Gothic opera about gambling obsessions is worth seeing for a first class staging, albeit with a mixed musical performance.

Wilde life: The Importance of Being Earnest

Gerald Barry’s deliciously anarchic operatic setting of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest returns to the London stage.