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Book La Bohème Tickets at the London Coliseum, London

A timeless tale of love, hope and heartbreak

About La Bohème

A brilliant new interpretation of one of opera’s most popular and unforgettable stories.

The moment Mimì knocks on the door of her neighbour Rodolfo sparks the start of a journey which will take the couple – and you – through the full range of human emotions.

From the irrepressible joy of their burgeoning love affair through to the unbearable heartbreak at their separation by death, only the stoniest of hearts could fail to be moved by this timeless story – whether you’re watching for the first or the 31st time.

This is a visually stunning, contemporary new production from sought-after Australian director Benedict Andrews, whose work was most recently seen in London with the Young Vic’s award-winning 2014 production of A Streetcar Named Desire.

Puccini’s soaring vocal lines and beautiful orchestration will be conducted by Italian repertoire specialist Xian Zhang. Singing Mimì will be the brilliant soprano Corinne Winters, alongside lyric tenor Zach Borichevsky as Rodolfo.


tags: Opera, Classics, Limited Run

La Bohème Customer Reviews

3.6 / 5 (11)
18 November 15

It was an amazing performance! Very talented singers

18 November 15

Music is bad. Vert expensive for what it is...

15 November 15

It was absolutely fantastic. A really good quality production.

11 November 15

Excellent use of the stage, lighting. Acting and singing was very good but not as exceptional as the cast that I witnessed on my previous visit. A thoroughly good performance and wonderful orchestra.

8 November 15

I believe that the drug scene and lying on the floor in the first part was useless, distasteful and total distortion of the original play. I saw La Boheme in the largest opera houses in Europe. For this reason this was a disappointment. Luckily the 2 and 3 part were better, although I was afraid till the end that the director went so far that instead of lung disease Mimi dies out of drug overdoes. Overall the singers and the orchestra were great hence my 3 stars.

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