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En métro: Covent Garden
En bus: 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 68, 76, 77a, 91, 168, 171, 176, 188, 501 (southbound only), 505, 521, X68
Adresse: Bow Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9DD

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Bâtiment: 1731. First theatre designed by Edward Shepherd for John Rich / 1791. Theatre modernized by Henry Holland for Thomas Harris / 1808. Building burnt down. Sir Robert Smirke designs new theatre / 1847. Theatre reopens following its remodelling by Benedict Albano / 1856. Building burnt down. Rebuilt by architect Edward M. Barry to reopen 1858 / 1900. Edwin O. Sachs modernizes and rebuilds the backstage area / 1999. Following complete restoration of historic fabric and partial rebuilding, the Royal Opera House reopens on 4 December / Statutorily Listed Historic Building: Grade I. Floral Hall Listed Grade II
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The premier opera house in Great Britain. Architecturally distinguished both as an historic building and as a world-class arts venue.

 

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03/04/16 > 03/04/16

Laurence Olivier Awards 2016


15/12/03 > 14/01/04
1 mois
Sweeney Todd

 

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Laurence Olivier Awards 2016 (Original)
Joué durant  

Première preview: dim 03 avril 2016
Première: dim 03 avril 2016
Dernière: dim 03 avril 2016


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Présenté par Michael Ball 

Commentaire:

Eligibility: any new production that opened between 26 February 2015 and 16 February 2016 in a theatre represented in membership of the Society of London Theatre was eligible for consideration, provided it had performed at least 30 performances.

The following 20 productions, including three operas and one dance, received multiple nominations:
8: Gypsy
7: Kinky Boots
6: Farinelli and the King, Guys and Dolls, The Winter's Tale
5: Bend It Like Beckham
4: Hamlet, In the Heights, Mrs Henderson Presents, Nell Gwynn, Oresteia, People, Places and Things
3: The Father, The Force of Destiny, Hangmen
2: Cavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci, Les liaisons dangereuses, The Queen of Spades, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Woolf Works
The following six productions, including one dance, received multiple awards:
4: Gypsy
3: In the Heights, Kinky Boots
2: Hangmen, People, Places and Things, Woolf Works  (plus) 

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Sweeney Todd (Revival)
Joué durant  1 mois

  (9 représentations)

Première preview: lun 15 décembre 2003
Première: lun 15 décembre 2003
Dernière: mer 14 janvier 2004


Metteur en scène:
Neil Armfield •  
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Thomas Allen (Sweeney Todd), Felicity Palmer (Mrs Lovett), William Dazely (Anthony), Jonathan Veira (Judge Turpin), Rebecca Evans (Joanna), Doug Jones (Tobias), Bonaventura Bottone (Pirelli), Rosalind Plowright (Beggar Woman), Robert Tear (Beadle) 

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This production originated at the Lyric Opera House Chicago where its performance was accepted without question. When it came to Covent Garden it was subject to much discussion. Was it an “opera” or a “musical”? Did it really belong in the Opera House? Did it work when performed by proper opera singers rather than musical theatre actors? Did it really need the radio microphones that were used? And, since it was sung in English, why did the production use sur-tities? The critics mused and differed on all these questions, but were almost unanimous in agreeing that the score, with a 50 piece orchestra, conducted by the legendary Paul Gemignani, would probably never be better performed. The physical production was a bit sparse, and the opera chorus occasionally looked uncomfortable when required to “act” - but, all in all, this was regarded as a feather in the cap of the Royal Opera (even if not quite as glorious a feather as the recent Opera North version at Sadler’s Wells.)  (plus) 

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