The Royal Opera House

Sugar Plum Fairies and Giant Rodents at the Royal Opera House

Neil Simpson | Posted 15.03.2012 | Home
Neil Simpson

The Nutcracker, like Dickens, seems to embody Christmas. Showings of The Great Escape may be intermittent, but we can always rely on Tchaikovsky's Dan...

Review: The Royal Ballet's Romeo and Juliet

Charlotte Skeoch | Posted 12.03.2012 | UK Entertainment
Charlotte Skeoch

How is Romeo and Juliet incessantly referenced? Let me count the ways...We love it because we've been in love, and we'll never tire of it because each time we become entangled in the web of desperate longing, we yearn for an ending that doesn't include poison, daggers and death.

When it Comes to The Arts, BP's 'Oil Money' Is Far Less Compromising Than State Funding

Nathalie Rothschild | Posted 13.09.2011 | UK
Nathalie Rothschild

Whatever mess BP may have made in the Gulf of Mexico, at least artists and art lovers have a lot to thank it for.