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Akhnaten

Opera isn’t quite the right word. Though some of his more recent works in the genre hew more closely to the traditional conception, the three “port...
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Norma

This formidable performance of Norma by the English National Opera is a resounding success. Drawing on the ritualistic, otherworldly atmosphere of dru...
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The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute has never lost its enchantment since it was first premiered in a small theatre in Vienna in 1791, three months before Mozart’s death, ...
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The Nutcracker

There is often a tension in ballet between bravura technique which dazzles the audience but becalms the story, and a focus on development of character...
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The Mikado

Jonathan Miller’s hilarious production of The Mikado is certainly one worth seeing. This iconic production returns to the ENO’s Coliseum to celebrate ...
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The Force of Destiny

English National Opera flourishes at the London Coliseum that’s for sure and their latest production, Verdi’s tragic and powerful love story, The Forc...
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La Bohème

Puccini’s dramatisation of artistic life in Paris, first performed in 1896, is probably the best known and most often performed opera in the world. As...
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The Barber of Seville

Now a well-tried and tested part of the English National Opera’s Repertoire, Jonathan Miller’s production of Rossini’s comic opera The Barber of Sevil...
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Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

English National Opera’s new season at the London Coliseum got off to a ripping start with Dmitri Tcherniakov’s gripping new production of Lady Macbet...