Welsh National Opera

Rachel Nicholls: 'Brünnhilde was scary'
The singer, Eva in ENO's Mastersingers, discusses her career as a Wagnerian soprano
The Mastersingers of Nuremberg (London Coliseum)
Richard Jones revisits his 2010 WNO triumph in a majestic restaging for English 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 ...