London Opera Tickets

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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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  • Hansel and Gretel
    Hansel and Gretel
    Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
    Thursday Matinee

    Following last season's production of The Turn of the Screw, we continue our collaboration with English National Opera, with Engelbert Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel

    In the unique environment of Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, experience the Grimm Brothers’ fairytale anew in this operatic retelling, sung in English.

    Ben Glassbergconducts members of the ENO Orchestra, with direction by Open Air Theatre Artistic director Timothy Sheader. 

    Translation by David Pountney |Orchestral reduction by Derek J Clark

  • Orphee
    Orphee
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    Don’t hide within yourself. Let love save you. Following Satyagraha and the Olivier Award-winning Akhnaten, ENO’s association with Philip Glass continues with a new production of Orphée.

  • Luisa Miller
    Luisa Miller
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    Shattering childhood dreams can break a life. Verdi’s Luisa Miller is a complex web of love, intrigue and oppressive familial relationships, centred on the doomed love between Luisa and Rodolfo.

  • Carmen
    Carmen
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    She creates a hunger in men.
    But will it now consume her?

    Carmen is a searing depiction of a woman who craves love, but creates obsession and jealousy.

    One of the most popular operas ever written, Bizet’s score is bursting with passionate melodies and includes such famous numbers as the ‘Habanera’, ‘Toreador’s Song’ and ‘Flower Song’.

  • The Marriage of Figaro
    The Marriage of Figaro
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    Mozart’s masterpiece reveals much about the human condition through consummate wit, grace and joyous musical invention. ENO Music Director Martyn Brabbins conducts this second revival of Director Fiona Shaw’s critically acclaimed production.

  • Peppa Pig's Best Day Ever
    Peppa Pig's Best Day Ever
    Duke of York's Theatre
    No Matinee

    Get ready for a road-trip full of fun adventures. From castles to caves, dragons to dinosaurs and ice-creams to muddy puddles – there is something for all of the family and their friends to enjoy, including Miss Rabbit, Mr Bull, Suzy Sheep, Gerald Giraffe and more!

  • Orpheus & Eurydice
    Orpheus & Eurydice
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    Willing to go to any lengths to be reunited with his one true love, the gods agree to let the grief-stricken Orpheus rescue his wife Eurydice from the underworld. But there’s a catch. To be together again, Orpheus can’t look back at Eurydice, or she will be lost to him forever.
    Gluck’s score is filled with sublime melody and richly colourful orchestral writing from Orpheus’s anguished outbursts at Eurydice’s death, through to the exquisite classical beauty of the ‘Dance of the Blessed Spirits’.

  • Romeo And Juliet - The Royal Ballet
    Romeo And Juliet - The Royal Ballet
    Royal Opera House
    No Matinee

    Kenneth MacMillan poignant setting of Sergei Prokofiev’s classic score draws out the emotional and psychological intensity of the tale. Romeo and Juliet contains three passionate pas de deux: the lovers’ first meeting, the famous balcony scene and the devastating final tragedy, in which Romeo dances desperately with the lifeless Juliet.

  • Carmen - Royal Opera
    Carmen - Royal Opera
    Royal Opera House
    No Matinee

    Carmen is the best-known work by French composer Georges Bizet, and one of the most famous operas in the entire art form – numbers such as the Habanera and the Toreador Song have permeated the popular consciousness as little else has. The opera’s heady combination of passion, sensuality and violence initially proved too much for the stage, and it was a critical failure on its 1875 premiere. Bizet died shortly after, and never learned of the spectacular success his Carmen would achieve: the opera has been performed more than five hundred times at Covent Garden alone.

  • Madam Butterfly
    Madam Butterfly
    London Coliseum
    No Matinee

    A tender kiss can conceal the hardest of hearts.

    Anthony Minghella’s Olivier Award-winning production returns to the London Coliseum. His staging combines cinematic images and traditional Japanese theatre.

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