What do you get with an opera written in 1900 in a revival of a production that is 40 years old? Sheer brilliance for today’s audiences, that’s what.
The powerful emotions at the heart of Tosca – happiness, sadness and love – are something everyone has felt at some point, says Gwyn Hughes Jones.
Sir Thomas Allen, the iconic director behind Scottish Opera’s production of The Magic Flute, has some unusual advice for people heading to see Mozar...
With the darkness at the heart of its story – women used as disposable playthings – put front and centre, this is a Rigoletto of the MeToo era.