OPERA


Reviews


The Magic Flute (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh)
Following their hit Golem, 1927 return to Edinburgh with a "non-stop visual treat to accompany Mozart's strange fairytale"
Daphne (Arcola Theatre)
Grimeborn offers a rare opportunity to see Strauss's late opera in performance
Carmen (Soho Theatre)
OperaUpClose offers a boldly feminist take on the most popular opera of them all
Ravel Double Bill (Glyndebourne)
A taste of summer magic from France to close a vintage season
Gariné (Arcola Theatre)
An East-West opera from 1875 receives its UK premiere at Grimeborn
Saul (Glyndebourne)
Handel's oratorio in a wildly imaginative staging by Barrie Kosky
L'amore dei tre Re (Holland Park)
A fiery tale of sex, revenge and death to conclude a strong OHP season
The Rape of Lucretia (Glyndebourne)
Festival re-staging of Fiona Shaw's WhatsOnStage poll-winning production
Lakmé (Holland Park)
A new staging of Delibes' vaguely oriental opera, complete with the British Airways duet
Falstaff (Royal Opera House)
Covent Garden revives its jolly '50s production of Verdi's farewell to opera