“A cartoon samurai from the 80s, inexplicably crossed with a teletubby”: Andrew Haydon reviews the ENO’s staging of Wagner that is somewhat marred by costume and set design choices.
Amelia Forsbrook discovers a religious revolutionary with a choir boy’s sweetness.
Sapphic skirt pawing and neat duets make the women the stars of this ENO performance.
A review in verse.
To be cradled at the heart of life’s contradictions.
Violetta meets Jessie J.
No more hyper-idealised orientalism.
Terry Gilliam directs for the ENO.
All the fun of the fair.