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Opera Houses


  1. Which opera house in Milan, Italy, is widely considered the world’s most famous opera house?
  2. Recognised the world over, can you name the Danish architect of the Sydney Opera House? And in which decade was it opened by Queen Elizabeth II?
  3. Which opera house is set in the grounds of a Sussex country estate?
  4. The Opera House Theatre is a theatre located within the Winter Gardens where in England?
  5. The Metropolitan Opera House is an opera house located in which city?

  6. English National Opera (ENO) is an opera company resident at which London theatre in St Martin's Lane?
  7. The name of which theatre and opera house in Moscow, Russia, literally means "Big Theatre" in English?
  8. The Welsh National opera company is located in which arts centre in Cardiff Bay?
  9. The Gran Teatre del Liceu was founded in 1847 and is located in on La Rambla in which European city?
  10. The Royal Opera House in London is often referred to by which name?
  11. In 1765 Thomas Rosoman had which theatre rebuilt on the site of a mineral spring so that it could present high-calibre opera productions?
  12. Teatro di San Carlo is the oldest working opera house in the world. It Opened in 1737 in which European city?


  1. La Scala
  2. Jorn Utzon, 1970s (1973)
  3. Glyndebourne
  4. Blackpool
  5. New York City
  6. London Coliseum
  7. The Bolshoi Theatre
  8. Wales Millennium Centre
  9. Barcelona
  10. Covent Garden
  11. Sadler's Wells
  12. Naples, Italy

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