REVIEW: The Marriage of Figaro

29th April, 2018
Jonathan Lemalu and Tara Erraught in The Marriage of Figaro

Irish National Opera

Gaiety Theatre, Dublin

There are many who might have wanted Irish National Opera to blast out of the blocks, and be a bit more adventurous in its choice for an inaugural production. After all, this was supposed to be the dawn of a new age in Irish opera, and that’s what artistic director Fergus Sheil did with his previous Wide Open Opera. But Mozart’s masterpiece rarely fails, and it certainly didn’t here,...

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