Eugene Onegin

Carmen (Royal Opera House)
A fast-paced if uneven revival of Bizet's crowd-pleasing tunefest
The Queen of Spades (London Coliseum)
Edward Gardner ends his tenure at ENO with Tchaikovsky's tuneful chiller
Michael Coveney: Are books taking over the stage, and does it matter?
To mark World Book Day, our chief critic reflects on the influence of literature on contemporary theatre
Eugene Onegin (Barbican Theatre) - 'mordant, melancholy and beautiful'
Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia brings Pushkin's novel to the stage for the first time
Elizabeth Zharoff, ENO's Violetta: 'Jeez, I'm glad she's dead'
The Californian singer, dancer and video game composer on her career past, present and future
Hanna Hipp, Mozart mezzo
By Katherine Cooper
Rising singer currently on tour in Glyndebourne's scintillating La finta giardiniera
Zach Borichevsky discusses his UK debut for Glyndebourne Tour
On the road as Alfredo in Tom Cairns's staging of La Traviata, the up-and-coming American tenor discusses his career to date
Barbican to stage three-week Beckett Season
The east London multi-arts venue has announced its 2015 programme
Joshua Hopkins - Glyndebourne's new Argante
'Colm Wilkinson in Les Misérables is the reason I discovered I could sing'
The Adventures of Count Ory (Blackheath Halls)
Top professionals lead the annual community opera in south-east London