Important Info: Please note there is no view of the surtitles from row H backwards in the Dress Circle and from rows K and L backwards in the Upper Circle. All productions are sung in English.
A new production of The Magic Flute heads to the stage of the London Coliseum with the English National Opera and it will undoubtedly gives opera audiences in the capital a compelling reason to pick up theatre tickets for its November 2013 run.
The Magic Flute is an adventure story that sees our heroes meet an array of colourful creatures and face many obstacles as they attempt a rescue. Prince Tamino and Papageno embark on a quest to rescue Princess Pamina and whole lot more along the way. It was originally penned by Mozart back in the 1790s and has remained a favourite of opera fans around the world.
This edition is directed by Simon McBurney and conducted by Gergely Madaras whilst cast members include Ben Johnson, Devon Guthrie, Mary Bevan and Roland Wood, among others.
It also stands out as, more than 200 years since the original production premiered in Vienna, it has utilised extensive research into the context surrounding its writing to add an extra flavour to the events onstage. It should result in something truly compelling for audiences flocking to London.
In a year that also welcomes the likes of Satyagraha and Madam Butterfly to the venue, The Magic Flute runs at the London Coliseum from Thursday 7th November 2013.
|Booking From:||Monday, 14th March 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 19th March 2016|
|Running Time:||2 hours 50 minutes|
|Important Info:||Please note there is no view of the surtitles from row H backwards in the Dress Circle and from rows K and L backwards in the Upper Circle. All productions are sung in English.|
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