Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Opera Performance at the Sydney Opera House. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Excellent. The stage sets were phenomenal!
Step into Sydney's most iconic building and feel the enchantment of a great performance - which La Scala definitely was! The actors were truly first class and for my first Opera, this is setting the standard pretty high! Ticket pick-up was really easy and though I was running late that evening, it was all sorted out within seconds thanks to very helpful front desk agents. The seat was right in the middle and I had great view of the stage. This was a very nice evening and seeing a performance at the Opera house is a must-do while in Sydney!
Booking via the internet was easy. The tickets were waiting for us and the whole experience was great.
I was very pleased with my seats and the wonderful performance that I was lucky enough to see.
Really great show but we were not told before getting the tickets that we could not read the subtitles, a really annoying fact.
Outstanding performance. One of the best experiences of my trip to Australia.
A superb performance, good seats. Koko, one of the main characters was excellent! An enjoyable dinner following the performance, in fact a thoroughly enjoyable evening!
Tickets were easy to book and pick-up at the Box Office on day went smoothly. AIDA was magnificent and it was intriguing to see how Graeme Murphy portrayed such a grand opera on to a small stage - and he did it beautifully - well worth traveling from Canberra.
It was not very colourful, but it was appropriate. The singing and acting were gripping, and the subtitles were very helpful. I could easily become an addict of opera if they were all like this one.
An unbelievable experience. Would do it again in a second.
Excellent seats. Opera was in Italian so had to read translations from screen that was high up. But overall great experience
Things that could really have happened during war times - the good, the bad and the seemingly racy - are portrayed wonderfully by the cast. The singing is magnificent especially by the lead actor.
Since it's a long show, maybe it should start at 7 PM instead of 7:30. That half hour will definitely make a difference to those who will want to linger around the Opera House.