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A new production of Verdi's La traviata opens at the iconic London Coliseum in 2018.
La traviata tells the story of the tragic love between the courtesan Violetta and the romantic Alfredo Germont. Played out against the hypocrisy of upper-class fashionable society, Alfredo and Violetta’s love threatens to shame his family. When his father directly appeals to Violetta to relinquish her one chance of happiness, Violetta submits and her act of self-sacrifice leads to her paying the ultimate price.
In his debut production as ENO Artistic Director, Daniel Kramer directs a production which contrasts spectacular party scenes with tender, intimate moments. Verdi’s masterpiece features one of the most iconic, romantic and tragic scores of all time.
Singing Violetta is outstanding young soprano Claudia Boyle. She is joined by rising tenor Lukhanyo Moyake as Alfredo, in his UK debut. Conductor Leo McFall makes his ENO debut in a production that showcases the award-winning ENO Chorus and Orchestra.
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Age restrictionChildren under 5 will not be admitted.
Running time2hr 40min (inc. interval)
Performance dates16 Mar 2018 - 13 Apr 2018
Sung in English, with surtitles projected above the stage. No food or drink purchased off-site including alcohol, soft drinks and water are permitted inside the theatre.
pier paolo passarelli16th April
Nice experience with the stuff ready to offer us a perfect customer service!
Colin Stares16th April
Fantastic performance - We really enjoyed it. We were in the front of stalls - you REALLY DO need to consider putting additional script signs left and right of the stage - it is impossible right above the stage!! Thanks [email protected]
My first classical opera. Not sure if I would like it. I love the popular familiar opera songs but not sure about a whole one start to finish. Was very pleasantly surprised. The story captured you and the lead soprano had a beautiful effortless controlled voice which told the painful story of Violeta. If all operas are like this, I will definitely be coming back for more.
Wilhelmus Barten14th April
Nice performance and pleasant evening
christine collins12th April
Loved the production. A memorable evening..
Louise Rodgers12th April
Thoroughly enjoyed this production although I don't think the surprise setting of the final act in a graveyard with Violetta digging her own grave, added anything. I also found the direction of the important duet in that scene (nose-rubbing etc) a little incongruent. Otherwise, I loved it and quality of the orchestra and the cast was exceptional.
Mr Garson12th April
The set for the first Act was amazing. The production was beautifully presented with a first class chorus. The baritone (Alfredo's dad) stood out from the other two with a quality voice full of richness. The soprano(Violetta) started very weak but gave some very good arias. By the end, her chirpy voice delivered. The tenor - not a great one. Sadly, he doesn't have the richness, roundness or volume.
Paula Lopata-Eyal9th April
All in all it was very nice. The orchestra was not the greatest. The ushers did not make sure that people in the audience sit straight and don’t block the view.
Poor sounding, but the show evokes emotions
amanda hunt9th April
My first opera, loved it, seats in upper circle, front row, amazing view theatre sorted out minor problem with ticket efficiently and quickly. Wonderful day.
Alexandra Douglas7th April
Loved the music,singing and the voices. Sorry it wasn’t sung in Italian. Hated the choreography and the grotesque party scenes.
Alison Gorringe6th April
My first ever visit to an opera , and definitely not the last. The whole experience was fantastic. The theatre staff were welcoming. The performance was stunning, costumes amazing too . I will be returning soon for another opera.