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From 4 Mar 2015
Much-respected actress Emma Thompson is set to appear in the West End for her first London stage appearance in 25 YEARS, playing the diabolical pie maker Mrs Lovett in a special concert version of Sweeney Todd next year at the Coliseum, accompanied by Bryn Terfel in the lead role, and the ENO orchestra. The pair will be reprising their roles following the sellout concerts at New York's Avery Fisher Hall last year.
Puccini takes a huge sidestep from his other romantic operas with this homage to the land of the Gold Rush and Wild West frontiers. Our heroine is saloon owner Minnie, who with her fellow settlers finds life brutally harsh and unforgiving. Acclaimed soprano Susan Bullock returns to the ENO to sing the role of Minnie, joined by baritone Craig Colclough and tenor Peter Auty. Conducted by Keri-Lynn Wilson in her UK operatic debut. More infoBuy tickets
From 29 Oct 2014
Puccini's gift for writing emotional music is brought to the fore in La Boheme's tale of doomed love in poverty-stricken Paris. This powerfully popular opera returns its third revival of Jonathan Miller's lovingly intimate staging, whose 2009 opening night made broadcasting history when Sky Arts simultaneously screened live both the onstage action and the backstage excitement. More infoBuy tickets
From 21 Nov 2014
John Adams' newest work receives its world premiere this season at ENO. Directed by Peter Sellars, this latest opera draws inspiration from both Biblical text and works from 20th century authors such as Primo Levi and takes a look at Christ's resurrection from the perspective of Mary Magdalene and Martha, two figures largely ignored. The narrative swings back and forth between Biblical times and the recent past, and includes events such as the Arab Spring, making for a truly timeless opera. More infoBuy tickets
From 11 Dec 2014
A tale of adventure and magic, The Nutcracker is one of the Christmas season's must-see shows and who better to perform this cherished classic than the English National Ballet. The production's beautiful dancing, sets and costumes are made even more memorable by the impressive interiors of the London Coliseum. More infoBuy tickets
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