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London Coliseum, London

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Upcoming shows at the London Coliseum:

The Mikado

The Mikado Set in an ever-so English 1930s seaside hotel, Miller’s Marx Brothers-inspired song-and-dance Mikado is a popular hit with audiences of all ages. The combination of Gilbert’s virtuosic wit, Sullivan’s memorable melodies and Miller’s hilarious antics is irresistible.

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The Force of Destiny

The Force of Destiny From the opening notes of its famous overture, you’ll be drawn into The Force of Destiny’s powerful score as it follows the entwined destinies of the central characters.

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Norma

Norma Norma explores the life of an enclosed community desperate to protect its beliefs in the face of unstoppable change. At the heart of this emotional rollercoaster lies the impossible love between Norma and Pollione, the father of her children and the outsider who is destroying her community’s way of life. When he betrays her love, she urges her people to rise up and fight for their freedom.

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Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk is a powerful work of raw emotional intensity. With themes of adultery and murder, the story follows the downfall of a bored provincial merchant’s wife who seeks solace and excitement in an extra-marital affair.

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Akhnaten

Akhnaten Watching Akhnaten is a thought-provoking, absorbing experience. The opera explores the life and religious convictions of the Egyptian pharaoh, and forms the last of Philip Glass’s trilogy of ‘portrait’ operas in which he looks at figures from the fields of science (Einstein), politics (Gandhi) and religion (Akhnaten).

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Irina Kolesnikova Season - Swan Lake

Irina Kolesnikova Season - Swan Lake St Petersburg Ballet Theatre's busy International touring season concludes with the world renowned prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova leading the company in the debut London Irina Kolesnikova Season. 

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Upcoming shows at the London Coliseum:

La Sylphide

La Sylphide Since its Olivier and Evening Standard award winning premiere season in London in 1979, La Sylphide has been presented by many of the world's leading ballet companies to worldwide acclaim.

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The Magic Flute

Magic Flute A jewel in ENO's repertoire since 1988, this spectacular staging of Mozart's final opera has thrilled audiences of all ages, and now returns, complete with giant serpent, dancing bears and live performing birds.

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Le Corsaire

Le Corsaire English National Ballet presents Le Corsaire (The Pirate), a thrilling ballet about Conrad, a dashing pirate and his love for Medoraa beautiful harem girl, it is a swashbuckling drama which is one of the most breath taking spectacles in ballet.

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La Boheme - English National Opera

La Boheme - ENO Puccini’s gift for writing emotional music is brought to the fore in La bohème’s tale of doomed love in poverty-stricken Paris.

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As spectacular from the inside as it is outside, you’ll find the London Coliseum Theatre on historic St Martin’s Lane. Originally designed by Frank Matcham for Sir Oswald Stoll, the venue came into life with a specific ambition: to be the biggest people’s palace of entertainment of its time. With 2,359 seats, this is London’s biggest theatre. In 1968 it reopened as the home of Sadler’s Wells Opera, which eventually became the English National Opera in 1974. The opera company bought the freehold outright in 1992 it was sympathetically and beautifully renovated between 2000 and 2004. Today the venue is still dedicated to the public, thanks to the ENO’s commitment to creating new opera audiences through performances which are affordable and accessible to everyone. They have a worldwide reputation and enjoy artistic partnerships with organisations like the Metropolitan Opera of New York. Fancy some top class opera? We provide the full range of tickets right here.