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Oscar winner Danny Boyle ('127 Hours' and 'Slumdog Millionaire') returns to the theatre to direct this visionary new production, 'Frankenstein' by Nick Dear, based on the novel by Mary Shelley.
Date(s): 10/12/13See show times
Your last chance to see the world's longest running sci-fi series which celebrated its 50th anniversary with an explosive anniversary episode, which broadcast on November 23rd 2013. Shot in 3D, 'The Day of the Doctor' stars Matt Smith, David Tennant, Jenna Coleman with Billie Piper and John Hurt. The action packed adventure reveals that the Doctor has a dangerous past. And he's coming back!
Date(s): 09/12/13See show times
From the very first notes of Tchaikovsky's overture to The Nutcracker, a sense of mystery and magic pervades the theatre as Herr Drosselmeyer sets in train the events that will see his beloved nephew, Hans Peter, freed from the enchantment of the evil Mouse King by the resourceful Clara.
Date(s): 12/12/13See show times
'Met Opera - Falstaff 2013' sees Verdi's brilliant final masterpiece have its first new Met production in nearly 50 years, conducted by James Levine and directed by Robert Carsen.
Date(s): 14/12/13See show times
Encore performance of the live show, originally broadcast on 12th December 2013. From the very first notes of Tchaikovsky's overture to The Nutcracker, a sense of mystery and magic pervades the theatre as Herr Drosselmeyer sets in train the events that will see his beloved nephew, Hans Peter, freed from the enchantment of the evil Mouse King by the resourceful Clara.
Date(s): 17/12/13See show times
An extraordinary cast of Wagnerian singers come together on this production of 'Parsifal', Wagner's huge, profound meditation on guilt, death and possible redemption.
Date(s): 18/12/13See show times
Inspired by the famous jewellers of New York's Fifth Avenue, this triptych is a tribute to women, and to the cities of Paris, New York and St Petersburg. Choreographed in 1967 in New York City, this ballet, with its jewel-like costumes, celebrates the three cities and three dance schools that forged the elegance, aesthetic and style of choreographer George Balanchine. Emeralds was conceived as a poetic tribute to the French romantic school and Rubies to the American tradition of Broadway musicals, while Diamonds honours the virtuosity of classical Russian dancers.
Date(s): 19/01/14See show times
'Giselle' remains one of the most popular Romantic ballets of all time. The story brings together an engaging mix of human passions, supernatural forces, and the transcendent power of selfsacrificing love.
Date(s): 27/01/14See show times
When an old adversary threatens Rome, the city calls once more on her hero and defender: Coriolanus. But he has enemies at home too. Famine threatens the city, the citizens' hunger swells to an appetite for change, and on returning from the field Coriolanus must confront the march of realpolitik and the voice of an angry people.
Date(s): 30/01/14See show times
Lucien, a young provincial and budding composer, sets out to conquer the Parisian scene in search of glory. His success soon blinds him, and he betrays his friends and his love. Lost Illusions is a new ballet, created in Moscow in 2011 by Alexei Ratmansky with dramaturgical advice by French actor, writer and director Guillaume Gallienne. This stylised adaptation of Honoré de Balzac's novel features thwarted love, ambition and disillusionment, with 19th century Paris as its backdrop.
Date(s): 02/02/14See show times
Elyot Chase (Toby Stephens) and Amanda Prynne (Anna Chancellor) are glamorous, rich, reckless . . . and divorced. Five years later, their love for one another is unexpectedly rekindled when they take adjoining suites of a French hotel while honeymooning with their new spouses.
Date(s): 06/02/14See show times
'Met Opera - Rusalka 2014' stars Renée Fleming, singing one of her signature roles, the lovelorn mermaid Rusalka in Dvo?ák's sumptuously melodic opera.
Date(s): 08/02/14See show times
Mozart's sublime tragic comedy offers boundless scope for directors, and Kasper Holten has chosen it to follow his directorial debut of Eugene Onegin. He wants to shift the emphasis from Don Giovanni's sex life into a darker place, showing Giovanni's womanizing as an attempt to stave off his own mortality. Each woman he seduces represents a life he could have had.
Date(s): 12/02/14See show times
The National Theatre's original stage production of War Horse, broadcast live from London's West End to cinemas.
Date(s): 27/02/14See show times
'Met Opera - Prince Igor 2014' sees Alexander Borodin's epic Prince Igor have its first Met performance since 1917 in a new production staged by noted Russian opera director Dmitri Tcherniakov.
Date(s): 01/03/14See show times
'Met Opera - Werther 2014' sees director Richard Eyre return to the Met with a new staging of Massenet's tragic romance Werther.
Date(s): 15/03/14See show times
First staged in St Petersburg in 1890, 'The Sleeping Beauty' is the pinnacle of classical ballet: a perfect marriage of Petipa's choreography and Tchaikovsky's music and a glorious challenge for every dancer on stage. It is also The Royal Ballet's signature work.
Date(s): 19/03/14See show times
In 1923, in a seaside town in the south of the Soviet Union, where trade and the mafia are flourishing, Boris falls in love with Rita - a cabaret dancer at The Golden Age, and the girlfriend of the local gangster. The Golden Age is a refreshing satire created for the Bolshoi by Yuri Grigorovich. Audiences will be fascinated by this original and delightful ballet with its jazz and cabaret musical parodies, frantic pace, passionate intrigue and variety of dance styles (classical, neo-classical, free, grotesque, folk and acrobatic). In the midst of this magical whirlwind, Boris and Rita's love is drenched in poetic lyricism.
Date(s): 30/03/14See show times
'Met Opera - La Boheme 2014' hosts an exciting young cast in Franco Zeffirelli's classic production of La Bohème, the most-performed opera in Met history.
Date(s): 05/04/14See show times
'Met Opera - Cosi Fan Tutte 2014' sees James Levine conduct the first Live in HD performance of Mozart's barbed romance Così fan tutte.
Date(s): 26/04/14See show times
Following his delightful full-length ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Christopher Wheeldon continues his highly successful collaboration with designer Bob Crowley and composer Joby Talbot to create his first ballet based on a Shakespeare play, the late romance 'The Winter's Tale'.
Date(s): 28/04/14See show times
'Met Opera - La Cenerentola 2014' sees Joyce DiDonato sing her first Met performance of the title character in Rossini's Cinderella story, La Cenerentola, with bel canto master Juan Diego Flórez as her dashing prince.
Date(s): 10/05/14See show times
Following his production of Richard II in October 2013, RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran continues his exploration of Shakespeare's history plays with Henry IV Parts I and II, an epic, comic and thrilling vision of a nation in turmoil.
Date(s): 14/05/14See show times
Date(s): 18/06/14See show times
This early Puccini masterpiece makes a welcome return to Covent Garden after an absence of over 20 years, in a new production by Jonathan Kent under the baton of Music Director Antonio Pappano.
Date(s): 24/06/14See show times