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London Coliseum, London

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  • seating plan
  • location: map and directions
  • theatre history
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Upcoming shows at the London Coliseum:

Song of the Earth and La Sylphide

Song of the Earth and La Sylphide English National Ballet returns with a double bill featuring Kenneth MacMillan’s masterpiece Song of the Earth and Frank Andersen’s recreation of the beloved classic La Sylphide.

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Upcoming shows at the London Coliseum:

Le Jeune Homme et La Mort and La Sylphide

Le Jeune Homme et La Mort and La Sylphide English National Ballet returns with a double bill featuring Roland Petit’s Le Jeune Homme et la Mort and Frank Andersen’s recreation of the beloved classic La Sylphide.

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Upcoming shows at the London Coliseum:

Bat Out of Hell The Musical

Bat Out of Hell The Musical Jim Steinman's epic rock and roll theatrical fantasy BAT OUT OF HELL THE MUSICAL, the inspiration for one of the most iconic and successful albums in history, is a full throttle tale of teenage love, youthful rebellion and living the rock and roll dream. Featuring 17 of Meat Loaf’s greatest hits, this high octane musical adventure directed by Jay Scheib, plays a limited season at the London Coliseum from June 2017. Book now! 

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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.