. . . I would feel pretty sure that Madame Butterfly would be considered the world’s favourite opera. It is the most tuneful with some of the prettiest songs in the whole opera canon and has the most tear-jerking ending . . . From the moment Olga Giorgieva entered over the little wooden bridge she held the stage. She sang beautifully and had an innocence and a coquettishness that made her heart-breaking downfall all the sadder.
16th – 20th February. Oxford Playhouse has rustled up a real treat this season, with One Man, Two Guvnors writer…Read more →