OPERA



Holly Williams: How do you review a suicide note?
Our critic discusses the 'lurid fascination' with women who kill themselves and Kane's 4.48 Psychosis
ENO - 'How do you steer this thing?'
Wobbles and woes at the UK's second opera company
Michael Coveney: Will Mike Leigh's Pirates save the ENO?
The legendary director's new production got a muted critical reception but is a much-needed popular success
Michael Coveney: ENO wins rightful recognition from Oliviers
The English-language opera company is serving up some of the capital's most interesting work
Mark Valencia: Trying times for English National Opera
Britain's second opera company is having a bad week, after its departing chairman accused the artistic director of losing £10million
Opera review of the year
Our opera editor takes a personal look back at the UK scene in 2014
Opera - when directors rule
The phenomenon known in German as Regietheater should be celebrated, not vilified
Opera discounts: do they deliver?
When Anna Nicole opened, an audience of 16-25s paid next to nothing to get in. But will they be back?
Carlo Bergonzi (1924-2014)
Simon Thomas reflects on the passing of one of the 20th Century's greatest voices
Live cinema relays - opera's friend or foe?
The fast-growing trend of bringing opera to your local multiplex can only be a good thing. Can't it?