The Sidney Chambers novels are written as related short stories which is perfect to adapt to television.I have the next two in the series but haven’t read them yet.Canon Sidney Chambers (James Norton) is an Anglican priest who becomes an accidental detective. As a result of his experiences fighting in Word War II, he’s suffering from PTSD – specifically nightmares.
Entertainment in Paris fair theatres at the end of the 17th century, mixing popular vaudeville songs with comedy.
In the 18th century, developed into the opéra comique, while influencing directly the English ballad opera and indirectly the German Singspiel. Mid 18th century form that developed out of the opera buffa, marked by the addition of serious, even tragic roles and situations to the comic ones.
(Effectively a subgenre of opera buffa in the 18th century.) 19th-century genre, usually with 4 or 5 acts, large-scale casts and orchestras, and spectacular staging, often based on historical themes.
Particularly associated with the Paris Opéra (1820s to c.
Opéra (which included grand opéra), was associated with the Paris Opéra (the Opéra).
Also used for some works with a serious tone at the Opéra-Comique.
In the first story, Sidney takes the funeral of a man who “committed suicide”, which everyone else had refused to do according to the man’s wife.
The man’s mistress comes to Sidney, and tells him that the man was actually murdered.
The Théâtre de la foire appeared in London in the 1720s, to be imitated in the form of the English ballad opera, which in turn stimulated the creation of the German Singspiel.
This is an inclusive glossary list of opera genres, giving alternative names.
is an English cozy mystery for the screen, based on a recent set of mysteries by James Runcie.