London Coliseum

Now showing at the London Coliseum

La Boheme - English National Opera

La Boheme - English National Opera

Jonathan Miller’s classic production returns to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the director’s ENO debut.

Booking from: Tuesday, 29th January 2019
Booking until: Friday, 22nd February 2019
Running time: 2 More Info
The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute

Following his success with The Encounter at the Barbican, Simon McBurney’s five-star production of The Magic Flute returns to ENO, concerning the search for truth and reason, love and enlightenment.

Booking from: Thursday, 14th March 2019
Booking until: Thursday, 11th April 2019
Running time: 2 More Info
Akhnaten

Akhnaten

Akhnaten is a mesmerising work whose text draws on ancient hymns, prayers and inscriptions sung in their original Egyptian, Hebrew and Akkadian. The opera’s unique mood will transport you to the ancient world through music that combines Glass’s characteristic minimalist voice with stylised movement and choreographed juggling to visualise the rhythms of his score.

Booking from: Monday, 11th February 2019
Booking until: Thursday, 7th March 2019
Running time: 2 More Info
On Your Feet!

On Your Feet!

Her voice. His vision. Their story.

Gloria and Emilio Estefan's smash-hit musical comes to London direct from Broadway for a strictly limited season. On Your Feet! is the inspiring true love story of Emilio and Gloria and charts their journey from its origins in Cuba, onto the streets of Miami and finally to international superstardom. 

Booking from: Friday, 14th June 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 31st August 2019
More Info
Jack the Ripper - ENO

Jack the Ripper - ENO

The world premiere of Iain Bell’s Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel, following his critically-acclaimed In Parenthesis. A disadvantaged group of working-class women are drawn together in their determination to survive the murderous terror that stalks London’s Whitechapel in 1888.

Booking from: Saturday, 30th March 2019
Booking until: Friday, 12th April 2019
More Info
The Merry Widow

The Merry Widow

The Merry Widow is Franz Lehár‘s comic masterpiece, played out in a stream of memorable melodies including the familiar ‘Vilja Song’ and ‘Merry Widow Waltz’.

Booking from: Friday, 1st March 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 13th April 2019
Running time: 2 More Info
Man of La Mancha

Man of La Mancha

Kelsey Grammer will star in this semi-staged concert production as Don Quixote and as his faithful servant Sancho Panza.

Miguel de Cervantes, failed playwright, poet and tax collector, has been thrown in jail by the Spanish Inquisition for daring to tax a monastery.

Awaiting trial Cervantes is hailed before a kangaroo court of his fellow prisoners; thieves, cutthroats and trollops who propose to confiscate his meagre possessions one of which is the uncompleted manuscript of a novel called “Don Quixote.” Cervantes, seeking to save it, proposes to offer a novel defence in the form of entertainment.

As Cervantes and his servant transform into Don Quixote & Sancho Panza, his wild imagination leads them into a campaign to restore the age of chivalry, to battle evil and right all wrongs.

Booking from: Friday, 26th April 2019
Booking until: Saturday, 8th June 2019
More Info
Against The Stream

Against The Stream

Ivan Putrov, former principal with The Royal Ballet and an internationally acclaimed producer and dancer, returns to the London Coliseum with a live orchestra and an outstanding cast of leading dancers from some of the world’s great ballet companies. His new production, Against the Stream, celebrates the hugely influential work of the great choreographers who broke with tradition and changed the face of dance – from Robbins and Balanchine in New York, Lifar and Nureyev in Paris, Vaganova and Vainonen in St Petersburg and Ashton and MacMillan in London.

Booking from: Sunday, 7th April 2019
Booking until: Sunday, 7th April 2019
More Info

London Coliseum Seating Plan

London Coliseum

London Coliseum on the Map

How to get there: (3mins) Take Cranbourn Street until St Martin’s Lane, where you head right until you reach the theatre.

Address:
St Martin's Lane
London
WC2N 4ES