London Opera Tickets

London is renowned for showcasing some of the world’s very best opera, with the beautiful Royal Opera House and London Coliseum hosting stunning productions throughout the year. Whether you’re an opera aficionado, or you’re looking for an introduction to this world, you’ll be sure to find something here.  

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  • The Turn of the Screw
    The Turn of the Screw
    Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Regent's Park Open Air Theatre and English National Opera rediscover Benjamin Britten's The Turn of the Screw.

  • Porgy and Bess - ENO
    Porgy and Bess - ENO
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess explores the relationships between members of a close-knit community in 1920s South Carolina.

  • Akhnaten - ENO
    Akhnaten - ENO
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    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.

  • Lucia di Lammermoor - ENO
    Lucia di Lammermoor - ENO
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    With themes of rival families, thwarted love, unhealthy obsessions, and a doomed political marriage, Lucia di Lammermoor is Donizetti‘s most compelling romantic drama.

  • Jack the Ripper - ENO
    Jack the Ripper - ENO
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    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.

  • The Magic Flute - ENO
    The Magic Flute - ENO
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    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.

     

    Mozart‘s timeless classic follows the adventures of Prince Tamino and the bird-catcher Papageno on their quest to rescue Pamina. To assist their mission, they are given musical instruments enhanced with magical powers, which they deploy to conquer the trials and tribulations placed in their path towards a deeper understanding of true love and happiness.

  • Falstaff
    Falstaff
    Royal Opera House
    No Matinee

    Old, large and lecherous, Sir John Falstaff can’t resist the ladies. But they can resist him, and three of them plot to put an end to his advances once and for all.

     

    After being tossed in a laundry basket and tipped into the Thames, Falstaff is feeling distinctly sorry for himself. But when the plot is revealed, Falstaff accepts the mockery with stoical dignity. After all, as the opera concludes, ‘Tutto nel mondo è burla’ – all the world’s a joke.

  • Lessons in Love and Violence
    Lessons in Love and Violence
    Royal Opera House
    No Matinee

    A king is forced to choose between love and political expediency. His decisions allow his country to slide into civil war, and turn his wife and son against him.

    Lessons in Love and Violence is the latest collaboration between composer George Benjamin and playwright Martin Crimp, two of Britain’s most celebrated artists. Much of that acclaim stems from their partnership, which produced first the chamber opera Into the Little Hill in 2008 and then in 2012 the large-scale work Written on Skin – which has since become the most performed new opera of the 21st century.

  • TriOperas
    TriOperas
    Peacock Theatre
    No Matinee

    Three legendary operas come together for an unforgettable journey of love, vengeance, tears and laughter with shortened versions of Turandot, Butterfly and Carmen in one spectacular triple bill.

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