Our five-star production of La traviata returns to the London Coliseum next month. If you've enjoyed previous Verdi operas such as Rigoletto or Aida, or Puccini's Madam Butterfly and La bohème we think you'll love La traviata.
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.
We’re very proud to have been nominated as finalists in the International Opera Awards today (14 January). Following open nominations, the shortlisted finalists were selected by a jury chaired by John Allison, editor of Opera magazine.
We do hope you've enjoyed 2014 at English National Opera and we look forward to welcoming you in 2015. Our Spring/Summer Seasons are now on sale, with highlights including Verdi's much-loved La traviata, an epic new production of Wagner's The Mastersingers of Nuremberg and Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera The Pirates of Penzance.
The first 'meet our Harewood Artists' of 2015 focuses on Nicky Spence, aka David in our new production of The Mastersingers of Nuremberg.
Give the gift of ENO membership this Christmas and guarantee that the lucky recipient has an operatic year enjoying all that ENO Friendship has to offer.
ENO Mackerras Fellow Fergus Mcleod shares his experiences on what it has been like to work on The Way Back Home, ENO's first opera for children.
This Christmas, we're excited to present our first opera created especially for children. Opening today (11 Dec) at the Young Vic, The Way Back Home is based on the best selling book by Oliver Jeffers.
This Christmas, we're excited to present our first opera created especially for children, based on the best-selling book The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers. We caught up with composer Joanna Lee.
The opening night of The Gospel According to the Other Mary saw an incredible reaction to the flex dancer and emerging talent, Banks, with audience members desperate to find out more about this enigmatic performer.