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Miracle on Bow Street: The Nutcracker returns in time for Christmas

Gary Avis (Drosselmeyer) © ROH | Tristram Kenton (2015)
Sir Peter Wright’s festive treat is back – and Covid-secure – as the Royal Opera House stages its first full-length staged performance since the theatre closed in March.

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.

Tuckett's Elisabeth is revived at the Barbican

Yury Yanowsky and Zenaida Yanowsky in Elizabeth © ROH | Tristram Kenton
Tuckett's richly-integrated Elizabeth contains some superb performances but is often overwhelmed in this transition to a much larger space 

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

Welsh National Opera's co-production of Kiss me, Kate is another good argument for opera companies to stage Broadway musicals.

Faux orientalism meets La dolce vita

The away leg of Rossini's “Italian girl - Turkish guy” fixture makes for a thoroughly enjoyable evening at Garsington, without ever quite bursting into flame.

Tuckett's Elizabeth at ROH Linbury

Beguiled, bereaved and betrayed - William Tuckett's Elizabeth imagines the ill-fated romances of the Virgin Queen. Tuckett draws on the monarch's own writings and those of her contemporaries to fashion a full-length work, blending spoken word, dance and music to convey the tumultuous affairs of Elizabeth I.