Shows at London theatres
London Fringe - Opera
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Blackheath Halls Opera's intergenerational company and Trinity Laban students will work with professional opera singers, including German mezzosoprano Idunnu Münch and baritone Marcus Farnsworth in this production of Henry Purcell's classic opera.
A daring, humorous look at the changing landscape of gay relationships, and the greatest catalyst for the shift: Grindr.
Torches flash in the darkness as a party of naughty schoolboys adventure into the magical surroundings of an old theatre. A topsy-turvy love story between the most unlikely of couples … fairies and members of the House of Lords!
Boy meets girl. Boy's father disapproves of girl. Girl is persuaded to quit the scene.
England, 2018. Violetta earns her crust dancing for the rich and powerful at an exclusive gentleman's club until a chance meeting with naive and idealistic Elijah changes everything.
Mamzer Bastard is the latest opera by Israeli-born composer Na'ama Zisser. Tells a story set within the Orthodox Jewish community, merging her own musical idiom with the Jewish cantorial style of the 20th century.
English National Opera visit Wilton's Music Hall for the first time with their first ever staging of Paul Bunyan, Britten's retelling of the legend of the eponymous giant, as part of its ENO Studio Live series.
1930s London. Two schools - one for boys and one for girls - come together to put on Gilbert and Sullivan's great battle of the sexes: Princess Ida. Masters, pupils and janitors alike, they're here to tell the story of Ida.
Tells a dramatic story of a royal family in old Armenia, locked in mortal conflict. Thematically, it champions faithfulness and married love, but it also has a fine gallery of moral depravity and intolerance.
This ancient Bengali opera tells the story of Rahim, a young boy, who is destined to be married to an older girl in order to avoid a fatal curse.
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