Richard Wagner was the darling of German opera. This is the first time in more than 15 years that the English National opera has staged Wagner's extraordinary Ring Cycle. It's a brand new production of the second part of the cycle, The Valkyrie. This is the first performed opera starting a new and complete Ring Cycle series over the next five years, a co-production with New York's Metropolitan Opera, and it's on stage at the London Coliseum from Friday 19th November 2021, running for just 8 performances.
Theatre News and Reviews
ENO presents Wagner's epic Ring Cycle, Part 2, The Valkyrie
By London Box Office Wednesday, October 20 2021, 17:09
The Prince of Egypt – Brilliant new production images!
By London Box Office Tuesday, October 19 2021, 08:17
The story is heart-warming and powerful. The sets are thrilling. The costumes are inspiring, and the actors and singers are extraordinary! This is The Prince of Egypt, it's on at the Dominion, and we have some fantastic brand new photographs for you, only just released. You'll see Oliver Lidert acing his role as Jethro, Nardia Ruth as Nefertari, and more.
Fabulous Pride & Prejudice (Sort Of) Cast Images
By London Box Office Tuesday, October 19 2021, 07:09
Isobel McArthur's 'unique and audacious' retelling of Jane Austen's classic love story is currently in previews at the Criterion, having wowed the critics and audiences at Glasgow's Tron Theatre. The fight over men, money and microphones has never been so much fun than this irreverent yet truly affectionate adaptation stacked with pop tunes. We think Jane Austen herself would adore this musical – and she'd love these awesome set-up images, too.
This Week in the West End - Week 42
By London Box Office Monday, October 18 2021, 19:40
What went on in London's theatreland this week?
With London Theatres slowly reopening to full capacity, the West End is becoming vibrant once again. Even though international tourism is far from recovering to pre-pandemic levels, some West End Classics are enjoying great ticket sales. Some of the weekend performances are completely sold out. Needless to say, The Lion King is definitely one of those shows where you'll need to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. With the festive season on the way, it's even more important to book in advance.
Review: THE SHARK IS BROKEN at the Ambassadors Theatre
By Miriam Gibson Friday, October 15 2021, 07:12
When Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon’s play premiered in Edinburgh in 2019, the concept- three people stuck for weeks in a confined space, gnawing on each other’s nerves, battling boredom, and gradually losing their marbles- probably had less resonance than it does now.
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