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I read in an early WNO programme that 'Opera is emotion'. If that is the case, then with this production of Tosca at the Bristol Hippodrome, the WNO really nailed it! Brilliant performances by all the cast, outstanding sets and an unforgettable performance by the...More
I'll start by saying that we like opera, but are not fanatics, we've been to a few all over Europe, but this performance of Puccini's Madam Butterfly was not good. That said, Karah Son was superb in the title role, and held our attention all...More
As a regular opera over this is one of my all time favourite Welsh experiences. Each year supplies a great range of both well known and obscure operas, normally with eight productions over a year long period, though this year , only six which is...More
This production was given 4 stars in the review Hub but in reality it is definitely a 5 star production.
Gary Griffiths as Marcello, Dominick Chenes as Rodolfo and Jihoon Kim as Colline were all faultless. Both Marina Costa-Jackson as Mimi and Lauren Fagan as...More
The structure was huge with a copper roof and beautiful cut-out letters with the name in Welsh and English. We were taken to a side area where there was a restaurant. They gave us a wonderful meal and lots of singing and entertainment, in English...More
Wales own professional opera company is based at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay. They are a very accomplished company performing opera favourites but also some of the less known.
Performances in the Millennium Centre are usually well attended so book early to get the...More
Being very familiar with the fairy tale and the music, decided to go to see the opera as well. We also left at the interval as we almost fell asleep in the first act. The sets did nothing at all to impress us, and were...More