Category: Music & Theatre Dates: Monday, 04 February 2013 to Wednesday, 20 February 2013 Eugene Onegin, one of Tchaikovsky's most famous operas, will come to life once again at the Royal Opera House from February 4th to 20th 2013. Based on the famous verse drama of the same name, the story revolves around a romance between the dashing yet cynical Eugene and the passionate Tatanya, and its eventual tragic consequences. This new production is the directorial debut of Kasper Holten of the Royal Opera and combines powerful performances and timeless music with high-calibre stagecraft. Tickets to see the show, which lasts almost three hours and is performed in Russian with English surtitles, cost between £122 and £150. People staying at The Rubens at the Palace Hotel this coming February can take advantage of the Get More From Your Stay package, which includes full English breakfasts and a selection or perks for those staying at least two nights. Choices for luxury London hotel guests include a romantic turndown, a three-course carvery dinner, an afternoon tea or pink Champagne on arrival.