Aida is the iconic operatic story of love and honour in a war torn world, brought to life this September at the London Coliseum by ENO’s incredible musical ensemble. With direction from the Olivier award winning Phelim McDermott and conduction by Keri-Lynn Wilson this archetypal production is set to astonish audiences once more.
Jonathan Millier’s much-loved production of The Barber of Seville returns to the London Coliseum, thirty years since its incredible premiere. Rossini’s riotously funny tale of love, lechery and mistaken identity plays at the Coliseum for a limited run from this October.
Rodelinda, Handel’s commanding tale of power, love and grief returns to the London Coliseum as part of ENO’s spectacular season of much-loved revivals starting this Autumn. Rebecca Evans reprises the titular role following her lauded 2014 performance.
Nico Muhly’s electrifying new opera arrives in the West End this autumn. A radical psychological thriller, Marnie tells the story of our titular protagonist who’s disputable past has put her on a forked path between self-realisation and self-destruction. Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer makes his UK opera debut for the production, which plays for a short run at the London Coliseum this November.
Viewed as one of the greatest ballerinas of her generation, Svetlana Zakharova collaborates with three celebrated choreographers, Yuri Possokhov, Patrick de Bana and Marguerite Donlon to deliver an astounding dance triple bill to premiere in at the London Coliseum this November.
Ukrainian ballet superstar Sergei Polunin brings a spectacular new dance extravaganza to the West End’s London Coliseum, for a limited five performances. Combining talent from across the globe, Project Polunin sees musicians, artists, dancers and choreographers collaborate to create a stunning theatrical event that strives to inspire dance and make the genre more accessible.
The Nutcracker returns to the London stage once again this Christmas as the English National Ballet’s famous unforgettable production of the enchanting ballet that is perfect for all the family.
To mark the 25th anniversary of celebrated choreographer Kenneth MacMillan’s death, the English National Ballet bring a stirring double bill to the London Coliseum in early 2018. Pairing MacMillan’s stunning Song of the Earth with August Bournonville’s alluring romantic ballet La Sylphide this unique production promises an unforgettable night of dance for London audiences.
The devastating power of love and desire is explored by the English National Ballet in this enchanting double bill of Roland Petit’s Le Jeune Homme et la Mort and Frank Andersen’s La Sylphide. These two evocative dance pieces play alongside each other at the London Coliseum from January 2018.
Satyagraha Philip Glass’s grand meditation on Gandhi’s early years in South Africa, receives its third ENO revival at the London Coliseum early next year. The captivating and emotive tale follows the conception of the iconic civil rights leader’s doctrine on non-violent protest as a positive force for change.
ENO’s spectacular creative team conjure a classic Gilbert & Sullivan fantasy Iolanthe to the London Coliseum stage early next year. This glorious mythic satire stars a host of Lords, fairies and star-crossed lovers portrayed by a sublime ensemble of ENO favourites such as Harewood Artist Samantha Price and Andrew Shore as the Lord Chancellor.
Robert Carsen’s critically-acclaimed A Midsummer Night’s Dream returns to the West End as part of ENO much anticipated season of revivals starting at the end of 2017. The stunning supernatural odyssey of love and transformation plays for a limited run at the London Coliseum from March 2018.
ENO’s Artistic Director Daniel Kramer brings his much anticipated debut production of La Traviata to the London Coliseum next spring. Verdi’s iconic tale of love, self-sacrifice and betrayal follows the story of the courtesan Violetta (Claudia Boyle) and the romantic Alfredo Germont (Lukhanyo Moyake) and their tragic star-crossed fates.
Fiona Shaw production of Mozart’s enduring masterpiece, The Marriage of Figaro arrives back in the West End for its second revival. Playing as part of the ENO’s exciting upcoming season of much-loved past productions, Mozart’s playful mediation on love and fidelity plays a limited run at the London Coliseum from March 2018.
Kenneth MacMillan’s revered production of The Sleeping Beauty dances into the London Coliseum for a limited number of performances. A bewitching fairytale that sees the beautiful Princess Aurora cursed by the jealous Fairy Carabosse, the visually stunning ballet is set against Tchaikovsky’s sumptuous score. Coinciding with the anniversary of MacMillan’s death, the production features his dazzling original choreography and an acclaimed cast.
Opera North bring their acclaimed version of Kiss Me, Kate to the London Coliseum for a limited run in summer 2018.
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