You can watch Borodin's Prince Igor in cinemas on 1 March courtesy of the Met.
For Dmitri Tcherniakov's Met offering, a new (and apparently lengthy) version of Borodin's unfinished score has been cobbled together. The Russians will be using the more familiar Glazunov/Rimsky-Korsakov completion.
The Novaya, by the way, is not one of those cooked up purveyors of cut price Carmens - in fact it's considered to be in the top rank of Russian opera companies. Whether they tour with all their regular singers and musicians is of course another question.
They have (optimistically) booked the Coliseum for five nights from 1 to 5 April, with ticket prices running from £10 to £78. I can't see it selling out at those prices, so there may be discounts later.