Between Worlds

19 Apr 15 - 25 Apr 15

The Pirates of Penzance

09 May 15 - 27 Jun 15

Carmen

20 May 15 - 03 Jul 15

News & Features

Between Worlds: your reviews from Twitter

The world premiere of Tansy Davies's Between Worlds took place on Saturday 11 April at the Barbican. A sensitive and spiritual journey inspired by the events of 9/11, it is Davies's highly-anticipated operatic debut. Here's a selection of audience reviews following the first two performances.

Double Olivier Award Triumph for ENO

We’re delighted that English National Opera was announced as the winner of both opera awards at the Oliviers, which took place on 12 April 2015 at the Royal Opera House.

Between Worlds: How to find words for something unspeakable?

Nick Drake explains the process and decisions he went through in creating the libretto for Between Worlds, a new opera inspired by the events of 9/11.

Creating a new opera: Between Worlds

ENO Mackerras Fellow Fergus Mcleod on Between Worlds, a new opera inspired by the events of 9/11.

Sweeney Todd pre-show talk

Listen to the Sweeney Todd pre-show talk featuring director Lonny Price and conductor David Charles Abell.

Dennis Marks, 1948-2015

It is with great sadness that we hear of Dennis Marks's death on 2 April. Dennis was ENO's General Director from 1993 to 1997, following a career spanning almost 25 years at the BBC.

Sweeney Todd - your reviews from Twitter

After months of anticipation, Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street opened at the London Coliseum on Monday 30 March. What did audiences make of the show? Find out here.

Meet the Harewood Artist:Anthony Gregory

This month's edition of meet the Harewood Award introduces Anthony Gregory, who was recently named this years Breakthrough Artist in the What's On Stage Opera Poll.

Sweeney Todd: Extra performance announced

Due to popular demand, an extra matinee performance of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street has been announced for Sunday 5 April.

The Indian Queen visits Brick Lane

We took music from Purcell's The Indian Queen to the streets of London - here's what happened.