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Royal Opera's John Fulljames on Quartett: 'This is an immersive, visceral experience'
By Keith McDonnell · 17 Jun 2014

John Fulljames discusses The Royal Opera's forthcoming staging of Quartett

Götterdämmerung (Leeds Town Hall)
By Mark Valencia · 17 Jun 2014

Opera North concludes its traversal of Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen with a triumphant account of the final opera

Owen Wingrave (Maltings, Snape)
By Mark Valencia · 16 Jun 2014

Britten's opera of conscientious objection is the headline offering at this year's Aldeburgh Festival

Daniel Day-Lewis, Damian Lewis and John Barrowman in Queen's Birthday Honours
By Theo Bosanquet · 14 Jun 2014

Other theatre names recognised today include Young Vic artistic director David Lan and Fringe chief executive Kath Mainland

Il barbiere di Siviglia (Holland Park)
By Mark Valencia · 12 Jun 2014

Rossini's most popular opera is a perfect summer evening's entertainment amid the flora and fauna of Kensington & Chelsea

Live cinema relays - opera's friend or foe?
By Simon Thomas · 9 Jun 2014

The fast-growing trend of bringing opera to your local multiplex can only be a good thing. Can't it?

Vert-Vert (Garsington Opera at Wormsley Estate)
By Katherine Cooper · 9 Jun 2014

Offenbach's little-known operetta brings comic bliss to Garsington

Don Giovanni (Glyndebourne)
By Mark Valencia · 8 Jun 2014

Jonathan Kent's dark staging of Mozart's cautionary opera returns to the Sussex Downs

Fidelio (Garsington Opera at Wormsley Estate)
By Katherine Cooper · 8 Jun 2014

Garsington's 25th anniversary season opens with a revival of John Cox's powerful staging of Beethoven's only opera

Benvenuto Cellini (London Coliseum)
By Keith McDonnell · 6 Jun 2014

English National Opera's first-ever staging of Berlioz's 'semi-comic' opera is a triumph