Operas in London Thursday 27 October

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Operas in London on Thu 27th October

Our guide to operas in London on Thursday 27 October 2016.

The Nose at Royal Opera House, London
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Shostakovich’s debut opera — ‘The Nose’

to Royal Opera House The Royal Opera House will be putting on a production of Shostakovich's debut opera, a surrealist satire called 'The Nose'.
Pearl Fishers at London Coliseum, London
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Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers — London Coliseum

to London Coliseum Bizet's "The Pearl Fishers" is a moving story of friendship, tested to breaking point by the arrival of the beautiful Leila.
 

We don’t have any more operas, but here are some more events taking place on Thursday 27 October:

Paul Nash exhibition — at Tate Britain27 OctoberTate Britain’s Paul Nash exhibition will show works from his entire life, from his earliest drawings up to his iconic war paintings.

Colour & Vision — Look Through The Eyes of Nature27 OctoberExplore the history of colour and vision in nature, and how animals see the world, in the Natural History Museum’s new exhibition.

“Les Miserables”, at the Queen’s Theatre27 October“Les Miserables” is an epic tale of passion and destruction, set against the backdrop of the French Revolution.

Tom Stoppard’s ‘Travesties’ — with Tom Hollander27 OctoberThe Menier Chocolate Factory will be putting on a production of Tom Stoppard’s comedy “Travesties”.

Wifredo Lam exhibition, at the Tate Modern27 OctoberThe Tate Modern will be putting on a major exhibition of works by Wifredo Lam, taking pieces from his fifty year career.

Courting to Contract: Love and Marriage in Iran27 OctoberThe British Museum’s “Courting to Contract” exhibition will explore the themes of love and marriage in Iranian art and literature.

You Say You Want a Revolution? 1966-197027 OctoberThe Victoria & Albert Museum’s new exhibition will explore the cultural and political revolutions at the tail end of the 1960s.

Real to Reel: A Century of War Movies27 October“Real to Reel: A Century of War Movies” will show how real events inspired film-makers to make some classic war movies.

“King Lear” — Glenda Jackson, Jane Horrocks27 OctoberOscar winner Glenda Jackson is reprising her role as King Lear in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, at the Old Vic Theatre.

 
 
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