A Terrible Innocence

'In the summer, we are haunted by "A Terrible Innocence" as the magical mystery of Peter Pan has children jumping out of windows and flying and pirates and crocodiles fighting it out in Neverland. Another fascinating but enigmatic character, Mélisande, also proves that innocence is not always what it seems, especially when bathed with the magical sonority of Debussy’s superb impressionist score.'

David Pountney, Chief Executive and Artistic Director

  • Peter Pan

    Richard Ayres

    New Production

    16 May - 25 July

    Richard Ayres and Lavinia Greenlaw’s new opera Peter Pan receives its UK première in a new production by Keith Warner.

    Nationwide
    3 Cities

  • The Magic Flute

    Mozart

    22 May - 12 June

    Every now and then we need a night at the theatre which just makes us smile. Dominic Cooke’s warm and witty production of The Magic Flute does just that.

    Nationwide
    2 Cities

  • Pelléas and Mélisande

    Debussy

    New Production

    29 May - 13 June

    This is a tragic opera unlike any other, Debussy eschews vocal fireworks to create a strange, dreamlike atmosphere which is hard to escape from.

    Nationwide
    2 Cities