La traviata

05 Mar 15 - 13 Mar 15

The Indian Queen

06 Mar 15 - 14 Mar 15

The Mastersingers of Nuremberg

07 Mar 15 - 10 Mar 15

News & Features

The Indian Queen: your reviews from Twitter

A stunning spectacle of colour and creativity, The Indian Queen is a beautifully passionate re-telling of Purcell's final opera from acclaimed director Peter Sellars. It opened on 26 Feb and runs for just eight performances. Here are a selection of audience reviews from Twitter.

Sweeney Todd: Extra performance announced

Due to popular demand, an extra matinee performance of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street has been announced for Sunday 5 April.

Exploring Mastersingers: Insights from the cast and crew

Cast and crew reveal what Mastersingers has been like to work on, plus Edward Gardner on what to listen out for in Wagner's comic masterpiece.

Win tickets to see La traviata

Music you will never forget. A story that will break your heart. Win tickets to see La traviata - opera's tragic masterpiece.

Other Voices: A celebration of the human voice

Here’s what happened when 270 people of all ages from across London, came together in the heart of Brixton in a celebration of the human voice.

The Indian Queen: Discover More

Peter Sellars's spectacular new production of Purcell's The Indian Queen opens this week (Thu 26 Feb). Discover more about this exciting new production - including Sellars's vision for bringing Purcell's unfinished opera to the stage, interviews with cast members, and images from the show featuring - with our Indian Queen collection here.

Meet the Harewood Artist: Ben Johnson

This month's edition of meet the Harewood Award introduces Ben Johnson, who is currently impressing audiences and critics as Alfredo in Peter Konwitschny’s La traviata.

Love is in the air

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, have you thought of an opera-related surprise for your valentine? Here are some ideas.

La traviata: your reviews from Twitter

Our acclaimed production of La traviata returned to the London Coliseum last night (9 Feb). With a stripped back design and a running time of less than two hours, this passionate staging offers a fresh perspective on Verdi's classic. Here are a selection of first night reviews from Twitter.

Twitter reacts to The Mastersingers of Nuremberg

The Mastersingers of Nuremberg opened on Saturday to an incredible, emotional reception from audiences and critics alike - here's a round up of the reaction from Twitter.