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La bohème tickets are now available! Don’t miss Jonathan Miller’s classic production as it returns to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the director’s ENO debut!
Mimì and Rodolfo's passion burns with a brilliant flame. But when Mimì falls ill it meets the cold, hard light of day. In a city of lights, can love eclipse Death itself?
When Mimì knocks at the door of four impoverished friends, Rodolfo answers and it’s love at first site. Their love burns hot and warm in the depth of the night but as Mimì becomes sick their love is confronted by a cold reality.
Conducted by Alexander Joel, Puccini‘s moving score follows Mimì and Rodolfo’s love unfolding from its joyful beginnings to the heartbreak of her death. Natalya Romaniw and lyric tenor Jonathan Tetelman make their ENO debuts singing the lead roles of Mimì and Rodolfo. With Nadine Benjamin as Musetta, David Soar as Colline and Harewood Artists Bozidar Smiljanic and Matthew Durkan sharing Schaunard, this production of La bohème promises to be one for the ages.
ENO’s La boheme tickets are now available, don’t miss this stunning production or the rest of the ENO season.
'One of the best Bohèmes to be heard in London' The Guardian
'One of the best things Miller has ever done' WhatsOnStage
Age restrictionChildren under 5 years not admitted.
Running time2hr 15min (inc interval)
Performance dates26 Nov - 22 Feb 2019
La bohème is sung in English with lyrics projected above the stage. Please note: No view of surtitles from row H backwards in Dress Circle and rows K & L in the Upper Circle
Mark Grant27th February
Annmarie Duddy23rd February
I purchased tickets for my son and myself but I was sick and unable to use my ticket. My son really enjoyed La Boheme. The production was very good. Even in ‘cheap’ seats, he had a good view. I must get to my first opera one day!
Anthony Kirkham23rd February
Absolutely fantastic show. The singers were first class. Never disappointed with the National Opera.
Mr Collins21st February
Disappointing, the translation to English was dull and lacked real emotion.
dee sahota21st February
Very poor. We thought the storyline was poor and couldn't believe that they sung about aching feet and shoes. Really disappointed and seriously think that a refund should be considered to costumers who did not enjoy it.
Janet Rhone21st February
Having only recently started going to see the operas i found the acting out of rolls as good as the opera itself. I now always buy a program before the start as it gives me more insite and understanding of the opera itself
Susan Meagher21st February
First time at the opera, hopefully won’t be the last. Very enjoyable
Albert Armitage21st February
Great value. Great night!
pat stafford19th February
Excellent opera to see particularly being an opera novice. I bought the cheapest tickets and we were in the very back row, we saw most things, but had to sit forward at some points to see what was happening at the front of the stage. This didn't deter from the excellent performance.
Les Ryan18th February
Geoff Hudson-Searle17th February
Totally amazing, a wonderful afternoon!
Anthony Lamb17th February
We were disappointed that it was sung in English The English subtitles were very useful and would have been fine with the opera sung in Italian. We were in the dress circle and found the voices of most performers were not strong enough.