The Spectator Review: I pounded my car horn like a Neapolitan cabbie: ENO’s drive-in Bohème reviewed
“PJ Harris’s production takes the whole bizarre situation and goes large with it. The location is the carpark itself, with the Bohemians as north London crusties slumming it in classic VW campervans. The Café Momus is a streetfood truck and Alcindoro (John Savournin) and Musetta (Soraya Mafi) razz up in a drop-top Mercedes (registration BIGContinue reading “The Spectator Review: I pounded my car horn like a Neapolitan cabbie: ENO’s drive-in Bohème reviewed”
English National Opera brings live Puccini and musical feeling to a north London car park. Read Richard Fairman’s review here.
“PJ Harris’ drive-in staging provides an exuberant contemporary take on Puccini’s classic.” Read George Hall’s review here.
From putting creatives in bubbles to directing behind Perspex screens, designer Chloe Lamford and director PJ Harris tell Theo Bosanquet about redesigning Puccini’s opera for a drive-in production at Alexandra Palace. Click here to read full article.