What’s On Highlights 20-26 September

Just a quick one today. My ones to watch this week are:

Pope’s Wedding at the Cock Tavern Theatre

The second play in the Cock’s Edward Bond Season. Disappointingly, the title is not a literal reference to the events of the play…

19 Sep-2 Oct

The Makropulos Case, by Leoš Janáček, Coliseum
ENO’s first revival of  Christopher Alden’s staging of the Czech composer’s penultimate opera “which tells the story of the enigmatic Emilia Marty, the cold-hearted diva whose uncanny knowledge of past events provides the key to resolving a 100-year-old lawsuit but also unlocks ancient mysteries that call into question mankind’s obsessive quest for eternal life.”

20 Sep-5 Oct
Pocket Dream, Hampstead Theatre
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream for young audiences. At only 60 minutes long, Pocket Dream promises “a dynamic, contemporary and physical introduction to Shakespeare”. Oh my!

21-24 Sep

Niobe, Regina di Tebe, by Agostino Steffani, ROH
Although well-regarded in his own time, Steffani (1654–1728) is little known today. This opera takes the ancient Greek story of Niobe, who angered the gods and so was punished with the of all her children. Cheery stuff – and unmissable for any early opera enthusiasts (…anyone??). And it claims there are £5 tickets available.

23 Sep-3 Oct

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