Got Andre Chenier in May. Tosca in June. Then Nozze Di Figaro in July and Swan lake in August.
Incidentally - if anyone does ever fancy a trip to the opera - I've got early access booking now. 4-6 weeks ahead of general booking for each season. Take a gander at the ROH website and if there's anything you fancy - drop me a pm. I'm allowed upto 9 tickets for each show.
Rocsteady wrote:Off to see Foals the night, fair hyped for it
That was strawberry floating unbelievable. I think they're good in the studio but they really take it beyond when playing live, had seen them in a large venue before but to see a tiny hall packed and bouncing with them was crazy. Fantastic.
I went to see Sundara Karma live recently, and they were amazing, especially Flame. They synced the lights so well to the beat of the song, it looked amazing.
But anyways this band Whenyoung was supporting them and the last song they played was so good, it's one of those songs that doesn't sound too extraordinary with headphones but live it just sounds out of this world.
It's funny how some songs sound better live and some worse.
Bit late, but there's a lot of free streaming of shows thanks to the lockdown. The National Theatre are streaming a free show a week, starting tonight with One Man, Two Guv'nors. (And then Jane Eyre, Twelfth Night and Treasure Island).
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is streaming tomorrow too, if anyone fancies some Webber.
EDIT: Just started the second act of One Man, Two Guv'nors. The audience participation is fantastic I don't really like Corden but he's great in this.