This week ENO presents the world stage premiere of John Adams's latest dramatic work. Watch footage from rehearsals and find out more about this extraordinary opera.
This month's 'meet our Harewood Artists' edition focuses on George von Bergen, aka Marcello in our current production of La bohème.
In a season that spans over 300 years of opera, we're delighted to announce that public booking for our Spring/Summer 2015 is now open. If you book three or more operas, you can enjoy discounts of 5-20%.
Support ENO through The Big Give this December for the chance to see your donation doubled.
Have you been inspired by Mimi’s 1930s look in our production of La bohème? We visited our make-up partners, MAC Cosmetics, who showed us how to recreate the look with soprano Angel Blue.
Angel Blue has been wowing audiences as Mimi in La bohème, and on Thursday 13 November she will be taking over our Twitter account for a live tweetchat. Do you have a question for Angel? Tweet it now using the hashtag #AskAngel
English National Opera was saddened to hear the news that South African stage designer Johan Engels died last Friday following a heart attack. Johan Engels designed the incredible set for Robert Weinberg’s The Passenger, performed at ENO in 2011.
To mark the return of opera's timeless love story to the London Coliseum stage, we’re celebrating all things love with our Love Is... La bohème competition!
We are very sorry to say that we are withdrawing from our planned April 2015 co-production of Orfeo with Bristol Old Vic.
Additional £10 tickets have been released today (7 Nov) as we announce that Philip Quast will reprise his role as Judge Turpin. Quast joins Emma Thompson as Mrs Lovett and Bryn Terfel as Sweeney Todd.