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Performer: English National Opera

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LondonOrpheus and EurydiceNew production

Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice
Harry Bicket; Wayne McGregor; English National Opera; Lizzie Clachan; Louise Gray; Alice Coote; Sarah Tynan

LondonOrpheus in the UnderworldNew production

Offenbach: Orphée aux enfers (Orpheus in the Underworld)
Sian Edwards; Emma Rice; English National Opera; Valentina Peleggi; Lizzie Clachan; Lez Brotherston; Ed Lyon

LondonThe Mask of OrpheusNew production

Birtwistle: The Mask of Orpheus
Martyn Brabbins; Daniel Kramer; English National Opera; James Henshaw; Lizzie Clachan; Daniel Lismore; Peter Hoare

LondonThe Mikado

Sullivan: The Mikado
Chris Hopkins; Sir Jonathan Miller; English National Opera; Stefanos Lazaridis; Sue Blane; Sir John Tomlinson; Elgan Llŷr Thomas

LondonOrphéeNew production

Glass: Orphée
Geoffrey Paterson; Netia Jones; English National Opera; Lizzie Clachan; Nicholas Lester; Sarah Tynan
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Two-by-two in Stratford East: Britten's Noye's Fludde on location

Marcus Farnsworth (Noah) and his sons © Marc Brenner
The co-existence of amateurs and professionals is weighted firmly towards the latter.
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A lip-smacking Hansel and Gretel at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Rachel Kelly (Hansel) and Susanna Hurrell (Gretel) © Johan Persson
Mezzo-soprano Rachel Kelly and soprano Susanna Hurrell were the eponymous pair and, my, how they chewed the scenery.
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Dido: Purcell's opera renamed and relocated

Rachael Lloyd (Dido) and Eyra Norman (Belinda) © Tristram Kenton
Director Purni Morell sandpapers every trace of spikiness from Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, leaving the production a victim of its own good intentions. 
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Pure melody and riotous entertainment: ENO's Paul Bunyan

Elgan Llŷr Thomas (Johnny Inkslinger) © Lloyd Winters
The American Dream hits Ally Pally in a vivacious performance of Britten's eclectic operetta, headlined by an ENO chorus who knock it out of the park.
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Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel

Alex Otterburn (Squibby) and Natalya Romaniw (Mary Kelly) © Alastair Muir
Daniel Kramer’s direction is a model of restraint compared to some of his earlier work for the company.
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