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Coming to the London Coliseum, ENB Artistic Director Tamara Rojo adapts the classic story ballet Raymonda, with a heroine in command of her own destiny.Book online now using your Theatre Tokens: officiallondontheatre.com/show/raymonda-tickets-111422060
Mimì and Rodolfo's passion burns with a brilliant flame. But when Mimì falls ill it meets the cold, hard light of day. In a city of lights, can love eclipse Death itself?One of opera’s most popular and unforgettable stories, Puccin’s La bohème is an exceptional musical and theatrical treat. When Mimì knocks at the door of four impoverished friends, Rodolfo answers and it’s love at first sight.Inspired by Brassaï’s photographs of 1930s Paris and Parisians, Jonathan Miller’s classic production returns to ENO. Conducted by Ben Glassberg, Puccini’s moving score follows Mimì and Rodolfo’s love unfolding from its joyful beginnings to ultimate heartbreak, and features popular opera songs like Musetta’s Waltz.Book now: eno.org/whats-on/la-boheme/
In the wild, we return to our true nature.The Cunning Little Vixen tells the tale of a clever vixen named Sharp Ears. Captured by a local Forester when she is young, she later manages to escape his clutches, but he is forever haunted by her memory.Exploring man’s relationship with nature, Janácek’s opera moves through the contrasting worlds of the Vixen and the Forester, showing how one chance meeting can forever change the lives of both.Book now: eno.org/whats-on/the-cunning-little-vixen/
All the fun of the affair.In Mozart’s comic masterpiece, sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella are enjoying a holiday in Coney Island with their fiancés, Ferrando and Guglielmo. However, the fairground is a place where anything can happen – and its manipulative master, Don Alfonso, has a game to play with the lovers…The sublime score, featuring some of Mozart’s most famous music, unfolds to tell a story of love, lust and desire, played out in a world in which the boundaries between what is real and what is make-believe are blurred. Once the deceit is unmasked, can their lives really go on as before?Be transported to 1950s Coney Island for an unforgettable holiday filled with romance and intrigue in Phelim McDermott’s ‘rollercoaster of a production’ (Evening Standard).A collaboration with Improbable.Book now: eno.org/whats-on/cosi-fan-tutte/
Memory is strength. Love is resistance.Based on Margaret Atwood’s seminal novel, Poul Ruders’s The Handmaid’s Tale plunges us into the Republic of Gilead, where women have been entirely stripped of their rights and freedoms.The opera tells the story of a Handmaid given the name Offred, one of the fertile women forced to reproduce with Commanders of the Republic. This thought-provoking work magnifies the issues of state control and the fragility of freedom, as Offred wrestles with the daily terror of her reality.With Danish composer Ruders’s score influenced by minimalism, medieval chanting and gospel music, the dissonant brutality of Gilead is viscerally depicted in the opera’s music itself.Book now: eno.org/whats-on/the-handmaids-tale/
The first major West End revival of Lerner & Loewe’s much-loved musical for 21 years.Book online now using your Theatre Tokens: officiallondontheatre.com/show/my-fair-lady-tickets-111430221
Charing Cross, Leicester Square, Embankment, Covent Garden.
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Coffee Shop serving teas, coffee and pastries is open from 10.00 Monday - Saturday.
London Coliseum's restaurant is open two hours before curtain up for starters and mains, you can then return in the interval for your dessert. The menu is seasonally inspired, using the best locally sourced ingredients and is paired with a world-class wine selection from restaurant partners Benugo.Book online at londoncoliseum.org/restaurant
With a bar on every level of our theatre, you’ll be able to enjoy a selection of fine wines, spirits and seasonal cocktails wherever you are. You can also pre-order a picnic boxe for you to enjoy when you arrive, starting from £20 for two people sharing. Please note, picnic boxes need to be pre-ordered by 16.00 the previous day by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 7845 9202.
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: .londoncoliseum.org/access
The London Coliseum is a major opera and performing arts venue and the largest capacity theatre in London’s West End, with 2359 seats. Frank Matcham built the theatre for the theatrical impresario Sir Oswald Stoll and had the ambition of it being the largest and finest "People’s palace of entertainment" of the age. The inaugural performance was a variety bill on 24 December 1904. Today the London Coliseum is home to English National Opera (ENO) and stages a wide variety of ENO operas, musicals, ballets and concerts, welcoming half a million visitors annually. The theatre offers guided tours throughout the year showing the history and architectural detail of this grand theatre. The theatre also houses a restaurant, a gift shop and a coffee shop.
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