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London Coliseum, London4.615 reviews
Magical comedy and spellbinding adventure – ENO’s five-star production returns

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The Magic Flute is one of the greatest and most popular operas ever written. Mozart himself could not enjoy its complexity and beauty during his lifetime as he died before he had a chance to stage the opera. This masterpiece might have been lost forever if it were not for his widow Constanze, who offered to send a manuscript score of The Magic Flute to a court Bonn and the score was published another 25 years later.

Mozart’s timeless classic explores the search for true love and wisdom as the royal prince Tamino and the bird-catcher Papageno must overcome a series of trials in order to rescue Pamina from the grasp of the manipulative Queen of Night.

This is a wonderfully theatrical and imaginative staging from Complicite artistic director Simon McBurney at the London Coliseum, where live sound effects and breathtaking animations help bring this captivating tale to life.

The unforgettable storytelling will be matched by music-making of the very highest level, with ENO Music Director Mark Wigglesworth conducting a world-class cast including Allan Clayton as Tamino and Lucy Crowe as Pamina.

‘Startling humour and theatrical wizardry’ The Observer


 


Additional Information

Age restriction

5+

Running time

2 hours 55 minutes

Special notes

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. Saturday 5 March will be filmed as part of ENO Screen. Wednesday 9 March will be screened live as part of ENO screen.

Venue Information

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

Customer Reviews

15 reviews4.6

Charles Bradshaw15th March

IT was an amazing production-the staging was brilliant and drawing in the audience just added to a wonderful production.

GAELANE PELEN6th March

Really beautiful show, the direction was great, very original. But I did not fency all the costums (especially Tamino and Pamina who were the only characters without shoes I did not see the point) The Queen was amazing !

Ludo Waterschoot6th March

Great performance Original scenografie I liked it

Julie Allen28th February

I booked the tickets for my husband who loves opera but has never seen a performance live. This production is brilliant. The modern take on The Magic Flute is done with the obvious love of the opera with the injection of humour, creative animation and superb performances from everyone in the cast. I would recommend this production to anyone whether they are opera lovers or not.

Anthony Loftus28th February

We did not feel that the staging was as good as previous Complicite productions.

Justina Kanceviciute26th February

The show was Brilliant! I had a great time.

Derek Bloom26th February

Mozart well played is always splendid. The production I saw last night had some amusing technical features, but I dislike plays and operas written in a distant era performed in modern dress. English made clearer than I had realised before just how silly the plot of The Magic Flute really is. Sung in Italian or German, this would have been less obvious. The man characters were well performed.

Birgitta Lundqvist20th February

A super performance!!! We loved Every minute of it!

Jerome RIEGER19th February

Excellent and impressive production... Prefer the German version though!

rosemary kimberley17th February

very novel and interesting presentation. Singing first rate. Chorus particularly good. Loved the inclusion of the audience and orchestra

Serdar Erkoc16th February

It was my first time at the opera and I was mesmerised! I could not take my eyes off the performers who were quite wonderful and so entertaining and professional , I am not really qualified to be a critic one way or another I just know that I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and i would love to repeat it with another opera sometime

scott brown14th February

AWSOME, i was a opera virgin, but having thought this would not be for me i cant wait to go again