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Carmen
Carmen
She creates a hunger in men. But will it now consume her? Carmen is a searing depiction of a woman who craves love, but creates obsession and jealousy. One of the most popular ope...
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Luisa Miller
Luisa Miller
Shattering childhood dreams can break a life. Verdi’s Luisa Miller is a complex web of love, intrigue and oppressive familial relationships, centred on the doomed love bet...
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Madam Butterfly
Madam Butterfly
A tender kiss can conceal the hardest of hearts. Anthony Minghella’s Olivier Award-winning production returns to the London Coliseum. His staging combines cinematic images an...
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Opera Undone
Opera Undone
The Olivier Award nominated producers of 2017's ????? smash hit La bohème present a brand new Puccini double-bill Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème Radically di...
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Orphee
Orphee
Don’t hide within yourself. Let love save you. Following Satyagraha and the Olivier Award-winning Akhnaten, ENO’s association with Philip Glass continues with a new pr...
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Orpheus & Eurydice
Orpheus & Eurydice
Willing to go to any lengths to be reunited with his one true love, the gods agree to let the grief-stricken Orpheus rescue his wife Eurydice from the underworld. But there’s...
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Orpheus in the Underworld
Orpheus in the Underworld
Heaven’s overrated. Hell is where the party’s at. Director Emma Rice makes her ENO debut in a glitzy production that showcases her talents for theatrical spectacle and...
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Rusalka
Rusalka
Dvorák’s best-loved opera, Rusalka is inspired by myths and folk-tales about a water-nymph that chooses to become human to win her Prince. The opera displays Dvor&aacu...
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The Marriage of Figaro
The Marriage of Figaro
Mozart’s comedy is a whirlwind of mistaken identities and twists and turns, taking place on a single crazy day – the wedding day of Figaro and Susanna. When their phila...
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The Mask of Orpheus
The Mask of Orpheus
Losing love hurts. Keep moving. Don’t look back. Harrison Birtwistle’s iconic masterpiece retells the Orpheus myth in a non-linear narrative, as the opera’s lea...
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The Mikado
The Mikado
Fake, fatuous and full of hot air. Titipu’s finest are farcically familiar. Gilbert & Sullivan’s topsy-turvy story focuses on the unfolding love between Nanki-Poo ...
Carmen From: £13.00 She creates a hunger in men. But will it now consume her? Carmen is a searing depiction of a woman who craves love, but creates obsession and jealousy. One of the most popular operas ever written, Bizet’s score is bursting with passionate melodies and includes such famous numbers as the ‘Habanera’, ‘Toreador’s Song’ and ‘Flower Song’.
Luisa Miller From: £13.00 Shattering childhood dreams can break a life. Verdi’s Luisa Miller is a complex web of love, intrigue and oppressive familial relationships, centred on the doomed love between Luisa and Rodolfo.
Madam Butterfly From: £13.00 A tender kiss can conceal the hardest of hearts. Anthony Minghella’s Olivier Award-winning production returns to the London Coliseum. His staging combines cinematic images and traditional Japanese theatre.
Opera Undone From: £25.00 The Olivier Award nominated producers of 2017's ????? smash hit La bohème present a brand new Puccini double-bill Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème Radically distilled to sixty minutes each and sung in English, this revolutionary new production tears up the opera rule book for a whole new generation. Experience two enthralling tales of love, heartbreak and deception as they've never been told before in an evening suitable for newcomers and diehard fans alike. The future of Opera starts here.
Orphee From: £25.00 Don’t hide within yourself. Let love save you. Following Satyagraha and the Olivier Award-winning Akhnaten, ENO’s association with Philip Glass continues with a new production of Orphée. Based on Jean Cocteau’s 1950 film, Glass’s opera is a parable about the dangers of self-obsession.
Orpheus & Eurydice From: £25.00 Willing to go to any lengths to be reunited with his one true love, the gods agree to let the grief-stricken Orpheus rescue his wife Eurydice from the underworld. But there’s a catch. To be together again, Orpheus can’t look back at Eurydice, or she will be lost to him forever. Gluck’s score is filled with sublime melody and richly colourful orchestral writing from Orpheus’s anguished outbursts at Eurydice’s death, through to the exquisite classical beauty of the ‘Dance of the Blessed Spirits’.
Orpheus in the Underworld From: £13.00 Heaven’s overrated. Hell is where the party’s at. Director Emma Rice makes her ENO debut in a glitzy production that showcases her talents for theatrical spectacle and humour. Orpheus in the Underworld transports us to a hedonistic, party-filled Underworld.
Rusalka From: £13.00 Dvorák’s best-loved opera, Rusalka is inspired by myths and folk-tales about a water-nymph that chooses to become human to win her Prince. The opera displays Dvorák’s exceptional gift for melody and orchestration and features the beautiful aria ‘Song to the Moon’.
The Marriage of Figaro From: £13.00 Mozart’s comedy is a whirlwind of mistaken identities and twists and turns, taking place on a single crazy day – the wedding day of Figaro and Susanna. When their philandering master, Count Almaviva, is determined to bed Susanna before she is wed, Figaro and Susanna conspire with the rejected Countess to outwit him. General mayhem ensues, ending with the Count receiving a lesson in marital fidelity he’ll never forget.  From the first notes of the bustling Overture, Mozart’s psychologically complex story portrays the women as wiser, shrewder and more civilised than the men.
The Mask of Orpheus From: £13.00 Losing love hurts. Keep moving. Don’t look back. Harrison Birtwistle’s iconic masterpiece retells the Orpheus myth in a non-linear narrative, as the opera’s leading characters appear in three distinct guises.
The Mikado From: £25.00 Fake, fatuous and full of hot air. Titipu’s finest are farcically familiar. Gilbert & Sullivan’s topsy-turvy story focuses on the unfolding love between Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum and the absurdity of laws and law-makers.

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