ARTHOUSE fans can visit the Met and the Royal Opera House with Ventnor Arts Club this week.

Tomorrow, at 5.30pm, the club is showing Wozzeck, live from the Metropolitan Opera House.

After wowing audiences with his production of Lulu in 2015, South African artist, William Kentridge, now focuses his visual imagination on Berg’s other operatic masterpiece, set in an apocalyptic pre–First World War environment.

Met music director, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, will be on the podium, with baritone Peter Mattei making his role debut as the titular character.

Soprano Elza van den Heever stars as Wozzeck’s unfaithful mate, and the cast also includes tenor, Christopher Ventris as the drum-major, bass-baritone Christian Van Horn as the doctor, and tenor Gerhard Siegel as the captain.

On Tuesday, the club is screening musical-drama, Wild Rose, at 7.30pm.

Fresh out of jail for narcotics possession, Rose-Lynn Harlan is a 23-year-old working-class girl from Glasgow, Scotland, trying to rectify her chaotic life.

Foul-mouthed, streetwise ­— a rebel and a free-spirit ­— Rose-Lynn reunites with her children, cared for since her imprisonment by their grandmother, and dreams of becoming a Nashville country star.

On Thursday, the club is showing a live satellite broadcast of The Sleeping Beauty, at 7pm, direct from the Royal Opera House.

The masterful 19th-century choreography of Marius Petipa is combined with sections created for The Royal Ballet by Frederick Ashton, Anthony Dowell and Christopher Wheeldon.

Together, they create an enchanting sequence of gems in the ballet repertory, combining with Tchaikovsky’s masterful score.