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London Coliseum, London3.97 reviews
Verdi's highly refined and artistic opera Luisa Miller has come to London's Coliseum

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With forbidden love and tragic consequences, this contemporary production certainly emphasises why this opera is such a classic. From award-winning director Barbora Horáková Joly, this opera is one to see and tickets for Luisa Miller are a must-have. The English National Opera brings this modern production to the West End's London Coliseum for a limited run.

What is the Luisa Miller opera about?

Centred on the doomed love between Luisa and Rodolfo, Luisa Miller is a complex web of love, intrigue and oppression. From the opposite sides of the class divide are the two youngsters who in their search for happiness find each other and are united in their pursuit. However, their dreams of being together unravel when Rodolfo’s father arranges a politically beneficial marriage for his son, which begins the spiralling tragic consequences.

About Italian opera composer Giuseppe Verdi and his opera Luisa Miller

Giuseppe Verdi was one of the most important opera composers of the 19th century and received international recognition for his powerful stage works. Luisa Miller reveals the composer’s gift for sensitive orchestration along with beautifully fashioned lyrics that paved the way to Verdi’s art, such as La Traviata and Rigoletto.

This contemporary production is directed by Barbora Horáková Joly, who won at the 2018 International Opera Awards in the Newcomer category. Conducting the opera is Alexander Joel, who has previously worked on productions of Carmen, La Bohéme, and, most recently, Rigoletto. The three-act opera, Luisa Miller, is set to a libretto by Italian librettist, Salvadore Cammarano.

Returning to the English National Opera is ENO Harewood Artist Elizabeth Llewellyn, who will be taking on the titular role.

Book affordable ENO tickets for Giuseppe Verdi's Luisa Miller at London's Coliseum

The shattering of dreams can break a life in Verdi’s opera of forbidden love. But dreams of Luisa Miller tickets don’t have to be shattered if you book with us to secure your seats at the London Coliseum in the West End. The best seats to see this pioneering work are expected to book up quickly considering its strictly-limited run from 12 February to 6 March 2020. Book your ENO tickets for Luisa Miller sharpish to avoid disappointment.

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Additional Information

Age restriction

This production is recommended for children 11+.

Running time

2hr 50min (inc. interval)

Performance dates

12 February - 06 March 2019

Content

This production contains sexual references and unsettling scenes which might not be suitable for young children.

Special notes

PLEASE NOTE: There will be NO SURTITLES for the Wednesday 19 February performance.

Venue Information

London Coliseum33 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES

Group Pricing

Special pricing for groups of 10 or moreCheck our group prices and save!

Customer Reviews

7 reviews3.9

Angeline Cassell9th March

Brilliant performance by all .

Tatiana29th February

Terrible! Not clear as to Why to take a beautiful opera and play and make of it awful trash.

Nils Martensson29th February

very good singing

Chris Travell18th February

Beautiful music. Wonderful venue. Great time.

JOHN E F HOOPER17th February

Singing and orchestra were excellent, staging and set design terrible. Designer trying to do something different and clever and in doing so, distracted from the main event.

Paul Baker16th February

First time opera goers enjoyed the experience liked the theatre

Lillian Mumme13th February

Brilliant - amazing and everything in between. Just could not fault it all. VERY WELL DONE EVERYONE.