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It's A Wonderful Life
Opera
4.2 (2)
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£72
Akhnaten
Opera
Akhnaten
Opening on 11 Mar, 2023
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£42
Carmen
Opera
4.51 (41)
Carmen
Opening on 01 Feb, 2023
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£42
The Rhinegold
Opera
The Rhinegold
Opening on 18 Feb, 2023
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£42
The Dead City
Opera
The Dead City
Opening on 25 Mar, 2023
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£12
Blue
Opera
Blue
Opening on 20 Apr, 2023
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£12
Symphony of Sorrowful Songs
Opera
Symphony of Sorrowful Songs
Opening on 27 Apr, 2023
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£12

The English National Opera (ENO), with a mission to create new experiences to nurture creativity, intends to bring opera to the masses. If you are someone who wishes to experience the rich English heritage, book English National Opera tickets. The English National Opera has everything from baroque styles to contemporary ones. At ENO London, opera is a living art form and continually evolves to suit all sections of society. Collaborations with different artists worldwide give the company its diversity and make its performances relatable to all. So, book your English National Opera tickets to experience opera like never before.

How to Book English National Opera Tickets?

Akhnaten

How Was The English National Opera Formed?

Madam Butterfly

Lilian Baylis decided to establish the Sadler’s Well Opera at the newly reopened Sadler’s Well theatre in 1931, with an aim to make opera pocket friendly. During the war, the theatre was forced shut and the company took to touring the provinces. In 1968, the company moved to the London Coliseum designed by Frank Matcham. Six years later, the Sadler’s Well Opera was renamed as the English National Opera. The ENO London orchestra and chorus won the Olivier Award for outstanding performance and the International Opera Awards in the chorus category in 2016. 

The ENO London is today known for its range of performances from the Baroque era to contemporary styles. The English National Opera tickets remain affordable, firm with its aim to keep it accessible for the masses. Go get your English National Opera tickets today!

Where Does the English National Opera Perform?

London theatre

The London Coliseum has been the home of the English National Opera since 1968. Designed by Frank Matcham for Sir Oswald Stoll in 1904, the coliseum is the largest in London’s West End, with a capacity of 2359 seats. At 55 feet, the proscenium arch of the coliseum is the largest in London, standing 34 feet high. During the war, the theatre saw Winston Churchill deliver a speech from its stage, and also served as a canteen for Air Raid Precaution Wardens. With a rich heritage, the English National Opera and its home - the London Coliseum is a must-visit. The affordable English National Opera tickets make this West End destination a worthy detour. To witness a memorable opera being staged in London's West End, book your English National Opera tickets to an ENO opera show today.

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