Review: Iolanthe (London Coliseum)
The new Gilbert and Sullivan offering from English National Opera is sheer bliss
Review: Satyagraha (London Coliseum)
Philip Glass's Gandhi opera is revived by English National Opera for the third time
16 ways to get cheap theatre tickets if you're under 26
We take a look at some of the schemes out there to help you save money on your theatregoing
Review: Aida (London Coliseum)
Scrims, somersaults and a singing serviette in Phelim McDermott's new Aida for ENO
Review: Kát'a Kabanova (Opera Holland Park)
Moody, magnificent and terrible, OHP's 2009 production of Janáček's opera returns.
ENO back in the list of Arts Council's NPOs
English National Opera lost its National Portfolio status in 2015
10 opera tunes you won't know that you know
By Sita McIntosh • WhatsOnStage
Think you don't know your Verdi from your Puccini? Think again
Confessions of an opera virgin: Opera is for rich, wrinkly white folk. Right?
Our deputy editor visits the opera for the first time, despite his anxiety-inducing preconceptions
Ten operas for theatregoers
We've cherry picked ten operas for anyone who is not sure where to start