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Oct 14 - 28, 2021
Dec 16, 2021 - Jan 8, 2022
Jan 31 - Feb 27, 2022
Cosi Fan Tutte - English National Opera
Mar 10 - 22, 2022
October 14 - 28, 2021
The early life of activist Gandhi is explored in this conceptual opera from 21st-century icon Philip Glass. Replete with his minimalist themes and melodies, Satyagraha is something different from your usual opera, with a soundscape that grips you until the very end. Visually, the production excels with direction from Phelim McDermott whose visionary eye completes this exceptional theatrical experience.
December 16, 2021 - January 8, 2022
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? Back and more glorious than ever for 2021! The production's beautiful dancing, sets, and costumes are made even more memorable by the impressive interiors of the London Coliseum.
January 31 - February 27, 2022
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 for another 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.
March 10 - 22, 2022
Innovative director Phelim McDermott - who returns to direct this production - has been praised for his visionary reinterpretation of this challenging comedy, called "witty, exuberant and quietly revisionist" by critics. This bold joint production between the ENO and Met Opera places our four lovers in the slightly creepy fairgrounds of 1950s Coney Island, New York, where sensual pleasure is only a stones throw away and the fairground master - Don Alfonso - has the magical ability to distort reality... and make anything possible!
St Martins Lane, London WC2N 4ES
Located in St. Martin's Lane, the London Coliseum is one of the biggest family variety theatres in London. It was opened in 1904 and was designed by architect Frank Matcham with the intention of the venue being one of the finest music halls for entertainment. Until 1968, the venue was used for a range of events including film screenings, musical comedies, plays and variety shows. Sadler's Wells Opera Company (now the English National Opera) took over the venue in 1968, and along with the English National Ballet, the venue is used primarily for opera.
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