The Seven Deadly Sins / Mahagonny Songspiel Royal Opera House, available on demand until Sunday 9 May
Isabelle Kettle, British Director and Jette Parker Young Artist, reimagines Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht’s satirical operas to make a contemporary comment on gender and politics. It will begin with The Seven Deadly Sins, a witty ballet chanté (sung ballet) which tells the story of Anna, a woman who reveals a new sin every day. It will then move onto Mahagonny Songspiel which focuses on the rise and fall of decadence in a fictional city that Weill and Brecht then made into a full-length opera, Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny. Tickets are available for purchase here.