Seven Deadly Sins / Mahagonny Songspiel 

‘carried off with...exhilarating theatrical panache and intelligence’ 
Telegraph - Ivan Hewett 

‘as theatre it’s timelessly harrowing and bang up to date.’
Bachtrack - Mark Valencia

‘all credit to the British director and Jette Parker Young Artist Isabelle Kettle...for making these hitherto intractable works so fruitful. Wit and insight took precedence over easy, wearisome sleaze’
Guardian - Fiona Maddocks

‘what we’ve been waiting for from the Royal Opera this last pandemic year: a production conceived for filming, harnessing the company’s young artists team and making imaginative use of the theatre.’
Guardian - Erica Jeal

Dido and Aeneas 

“a fresh and powerful reading of Purcell’s opera” 
Opera Magazine - Rupert Christiansen 

“a stark, stylised staging that’s well worth seeing” 
The Times - Rebecca Franks 

“a stylish, intelligent Dido and Aeneas”
The Telegraph - Alexandra Loghlan 


(revival director)

‘a truly compelling...revival’
Guardian - Martin Kettle

‘stunning revival’
Financial Times

The Marriage of Figaro

‘this is a Figaro to be savoured and treasured…and an evening of pure delight’
Daily Info

‘a fabulously daring, witty and innovative take on a mozart classic’ 
Ox in a Box

‘highly impressive and accomplished’
 Opera Scene