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10 things to see and do at the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

Our production of Handels' Xerxes relocates the action from ancient Persia to the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens in the 18th Century. There were always plenty of things to see and do at the Pleasure Gardens - here are our top 10.

What makes Otello an outsider?

Stuart Skelton's Otello is an outsider not because of the colour of his skin, but his social status as a mercenary, writes BBC journalist and broadcaster Christopher Cook.

Sweeney Todd FAQs

Please read our frequently asked questions about booking your tickets for Sweeney Todd.

Sweeney Todd comes to ENO!

Sondheim’s gloriously gruesome musical thriller comes to ENO, starring Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel.

Xerxes - Your reviews from Twitter

Read a selection of audience reviews following the opening night of our Olivier Award-winning revival production of Handel's Xerxes.

Otello - Your reviews from Twitter

ENO's 2014/15 season opened on 13 September with a new production of Verdi's Otello. Read a selection of first night reviews from Twitter.

Five things to look out for in Verdi’s Otello

Shakespeare’s tragedy of deceit, love and jealousy is vividly conveyed through some of Verdi’s most powerful and tender music. Here's our guide to some of the most exciting features of our new production of Otello.

Watch Alice Coote in rehearsal

ENO's Olivier Award-winning staging of Handel's Xerxes returns to the London Coliseum, starring internationally renowned mezzo-soprano Alice Coote. Watch a preview of her performance of the opera's opening aria 'Under thy shade', filmed during rehearsals with ENO's Orchestra.

Meet ENO Harewood Artist Barnaby Rea

Find out what Barnaby plans to perform at our Young Patrons season launch party, along with the Otello backstage gossip, and how his love of Darth Vader inspires his dark side.

When is a revival not a revival?

When is a revival not a revival? Christopher Cook discusses bringing back Nicholas Hytner's production of Handel's Xerxes.