London Coliseum, London
London Coliseum, auch bekannt als English National Opera (ENO), ist eines der zwei wunderbaren Opernhäuser in London. Buchen Sie Ihre Tickets für Opernvorstellungen im London Coliseum hier!
Thunderstorm Shanghai Opera
Based on the acclaimed play by Cao Yu, and set to music by legendary composer Mo Fan, this lavish production of Thunderstorm is a beautiful evocation of the atmosphere of Old Shanghai and not to be missed.
Tristan and Isolde
Wagner's monument to the power of all consuming love.
A tragic story of jealousy, vengeance and sacrifice, Rigoletto is one of Verdi’s most popular operas. Jonathan Miller’s much-loved ‘Mafia’ production makes a welcome return to the ENO stage, relocating the action to New York’s Little Italy in the 1950s
The Pearl Fishers
'The Pearl Fishers' is a compelling tale of friendship tested by love. A painful love triangle exploring themes of desire and rejection, longing and loss, and religious strictures lies at the heart of The Pearl Fishers. Get your tickets here.
Nutcracker - Coliseum
Over 100 dancers and musicians bring Nutcracker to life with exquisite dancing, beautiful sets and Tchaikovsky’s glorious score played live.
The Winter's Tale - ENO
A world premiere from ENO’s composer-in-residence Ryan Wigglesworth, The Winter‘s Tale a compelling new interpretation of Shakespeare’s tale of love, loss and reconciliation. This new work will be directed by Olivier Award-winning actor Rory Kinnear, who brings his considerable Shakespearean experience (the National Theatre’s Hamlet and Iago) to the production.
Echoes of Eternity
The Song of Everlasting Regret is a legendary poem in the canon of Chinese literature, a favorite from the 8th-century Tang dynasty. This year, it will be brought to life by the world-renowned Shanghai Ballet.
Giselle - English National Ballet
Giselle is a haunting story of innocence and betrayal, a timeless tale about the redemptive power of love.
Up & Down
Eifman Ballet returns to the London Coliseum this December with the UK premiere of Artistic Director Boris Eifman’s awe-inspiring balletUp & Down featuring the invigorating music of George Gershwin, Franz Schubert and Alban Berg
Christopher Alden’s Olivier Award-winning production – with designs inspired by the Surrealist imagery of Man Ray – returns for its first revival.
The Australian Ballet - Swan Lake
Following sell-out seasons around the world, Graeme Murphy’s critically acclaimed production of Swan Lake returns to London. Visually stunning, bursting with glamour, wit and intrigue, the doomed love triangle between Odette, Baroness Rothbart and Prince Siegfried is set to Tchaikovsky’s glorious score and danced with breathtaking excellence.
Tosca is a roller coaster story of love, lust, murder and political intrigue. With its dramatic story line and Puccini’s richly romantic score, it is one of the world’s best loved operas.
For almost 40 years audiences at the Coliseum have been moved and entertained by Jonathan Miller’s work. This is an opportunity to relive many of these wonderful moments while fundraising for ENO’s world-class work.
Her Name Was Carmen
Experience love without boundaries in this struggle to survive. One of the world’s most in-demand ballerinas returns to London from 26-28 August at the Coliseum.
Lulu - ENO
With a highly emotional and intensely expressive score, Lulu is one of the seminal operas of the twentieth century. Berg’s gritty exploration of sexual desire comes to ENO in unforgettable staging from celebrated artist and director William Kentridge.
Don Giovanniis an exhilarating retelling of the Don Juan legend. Combining comedy and tragedy, it follows Giovanni’s final 24 hours as he lusts his way towards his dramatic demise
Madam Butterfly, die Oper von Puccini, wird im Londoner Colloseum in London aufgeführt. Bestellen Sie Ihre Tickets für Madame Butterfly in London hier!
The Australian Ballet - Cinderella
See Prokofiev's fabulous ballet Cinderella in London. Buy tickets to Cinderella here!
The Pirates Of Penzance
A swashbuckling farce of brilliant humour and razor-sharp wit, Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance makes for the perfect night out. Chock-full of memorable melodies, it includes the famous tongue-twisting patter song from the Major-General and the cowardly Police Sergeant’s ‘When a felon’s not engaged in his employment’.
Directed by David Alden, ENO’s Olivier-Award winning staging updates the setting to an isolated 20th century industrial estate in the Eastern Bloc, giving the story a contemporary edge that makes it feel even more relevant for today’s audiences.