Welsh National Opera

William Tell (Welsh National Opera - tour)
By Katherine Cooper

WNO's Rossini #2 is the composer's final opera, an epic depiction of the Swiss hero's life

Welsh National Opera announces its 70th birthday plans - two years early

WNO declares its hand, the first major company to unveil its 2015-16 season

Alan Oke - from Grimes on the Beach to Anna Nicole

The doyen of psychological operatic acting discusses his career as a baritone-turned-tenor

West Yorkshire Playhouse announces new season
By Ron Simpson

Autumn/Winter in Leeds promises a mix of challenging new work and family favourites

Nabucco (Birmingham Hippodrome)
By Katherine Cooper

Verdi's first great operatic success in a contemporary staging by Welsh National Opera

Welsh National Opera's Fallen Women (Tour - Theatre Royal, Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell

WNO's Fallen Women trio, now playing the Lyric, Plymouth, are all stylishly visual pieces sadly lacking emotional verve or impact

Tosca - Welsh National Opera (Liverpool)
By Editorial Staff
Richard Woodward says that this Tosca does not live up to the hype.
Wagner Dream (Birmingham)
Birmingham Hippodrome 2013 is yielding a veritable embarrassment of riches for Wagner-lovers, but WNO's staging of the late Jonathan Harvey's meditative Wagner Dream has to ...
Lohengrin (Birmingham)
There's nothing to frighten the horses in Antony Mcdonald's new Lohengrin for WNO (the opera's had some radical treatment on the continent of late, with on-stage house-fires taking centre-...