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Verdi's opera, directed by Nicholas Hytner.
The Exterminating Angel
Thomas Adès conducts an ensemble of world class singers in his latest opera, inspired by Luis Buñuel’s iconic film.
Comic opera by Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti.
The Mariinsky Ballet return with the Mariinsky Orchestra for another three-week season of ballets presented by Victor Hochhauser.
A powerful ballet from Kenneth MacMillans.
English National Opera present Verdi's tale of love, deception and jealousy.
The Royal Ballet: Strapless
This one-act narrative ballet from Christopher Wheeldon spins a tale of ambition and hypocrisy around John Singer Sargent's Portrait of Madame X, to an original score by Mark-Anthony Turnage.
The Royal Ballet: Tarantella
George Balanchine created Tarantella in 1964, as a pas de deux to show off the virtuoso talents of New York City Ballet dancers Patricia McBride and Edward Villella. He used music by the New Orleans-born composer Louis Moreau Gottschalk for the work.
Royal Ballet: The Dream
Frederick Ashton’s interpretation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a classic of The Royal Ballet’s repertory.
The Royal Ballet: The Vertiginous Thrill Of Exactitude
Originally created in 1996 for Ballett Frankfurt, the dancers perform a series of solos and ensembles in a display of classical technique, set to the final movement of Schubert's 'Great' Ninth Symphony.
Thu 18 May
Sat 20 May
Tue 23 May
Royal Opera House: La Traviata
- Directed by: Yves Abel (cond)
- Written by: Verdi
Verdi's dramatic Parisian opera presented by Richard Eyre.
Wed 14 Jun
Sat 17 Jun
Tue 20 Jun
Royal Opera Live: L'Elisir D'Amore
Donizetti's comic opera about a love potion.
Sat 27 May
Tue 30 May
Sat 3 Jun
Symphonic Mixed Programme
Virtuoso dance from The Royal Ballet in a programme that includes Forsythe and Balanchine classics, Wheeldon’s 2016 narrative ballet and a Scarlett world premiere.
An interactive, sensory theatre experience, set to Janacek's 'String Quartet No 1'.
Andrei Serban’s striking staging of Puccini’s final opera.
Welsh National Opera: The Merchant Of Venice
Tchaikovsky's adaptation of the gripping Shakespearean tragedy packs a strong emotional punch and moments of tender beauty in response to the composer's experiences as a child in the Warsaw Ghetto. Keith Warner directs the co-production with the Bregenzer Festspiele, Adam Mickiewicz Institute and Teatr Wielki.