The Girl of the Golden West

01 Nov 14 - 01 Nov 14

La bohème

03 Nov 14 - 06 Dec 14

The Marriage of Figaro

04 Nov 14 - 23 Nov 14

News & Features

La bohème: Your reviews from Twitter

Puccini's La bohème, one of the most moving operas ever written, makes a welcome return to London Coliseum. Here's what you thought of the opening night.

Five reasons to see La bohème

English National Opera's acclaimed production of Puccini's moving La bohème has made a welcome return to the London Coliseum – here are five reasons why you won’t want to miss it.

The Magic of Figaro

Hailed as one of opera's great comic masterpieces, director Fiona Shaw takes us through the magic of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro in these short films.

The Marriage of Figaro: Your reviews

The Times called it 'a thoroughly enjoyable evening', but here's what you thought of Fiona Shaw's buzzing five-star production of The Marriage of Figaro, which is at the London Coliseum until 23 November.

Summer 2015: priority booking now open

In a season that spans over 300 years of opera, we're delighted to announce that priority booking for summer 2015 is now open to ENO Friends, with public booking opening on 13 November.

The Girl of the Golden West - Your reviews from Twitter

Read a selection of audience reviews following the opening performances of our new production of Puccini's The Girl of the Golden West.

Meet Mary Bevan

A familiar face to the Coliseum stage, ENO Harewood Artist Mary Bevan has recently appeared in The Magic Flute, Peter Grimes and Così fan tutte. We caught up with her as she prepares for The Marriage of Figaro.

Five reasons to see The Girl of the Golden West

Our new production of Puccini's The Girl of the Golden West opens this week. A dramatic romance taking place during the Californian gold rush, here are five reasons you won’t want to miss it.

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.