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London Coliseum, London4.28 reviews
When passion and politics collide, love can prove a fatal weakness...

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Puccini's Tosca at the London Coliseum this autumn!

Set in Rome at the time of Napoleon’s invasion of Italy, Catherine Malfitano‘s insightful production returns to London Coliseum this autumn.

Opera singer Tosca’s love for artist Cavaradossi knows no compromise. But with Rome in turmoil, the personal becomes political. Sadistic police chief Scarpia wants Tosca for himself – and, to his manipulative mind, nothing could be easier than turning the very strength of her passion to his own advantage.

Tosca is a roller coaster story of love, lust, murder and political intrigue. With its dramatic story line and Puccini’s richly romantic score, it is one of the world’s best loved operas.

Fast-rising soprano Keri Alkema is Tosca, with popular ENO artist Gwyn Hughes Jones as Cavaradossi, and Craig Colclough as Scarpia. Puccini specialist Oleg Caetani conducts.

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Additional Information

Running time

2hrs 45mins

Performance dates

03, 08, 12, 14, 20, 22, 25 Oct, 22, 24, 26, 29 Nov and 01, 03 Dec 2016

Venue Information

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

Special Offer

Tosca Ticket Offer Details

£95 Reduced to £55

£79 Reduced to £45

£59 Reduced to £34

Prices may vary on selected performances. Subject to availability. 

Customer Reviews

8 reviews4.2

Andrew Grant2nd December

Fabulous production. Great soloists.

MARY27th November

Wonderful ambience and superb performances. Beautiful theatre (although I do wish that the 'different to all the others in Theatreland' teal green carpet, velvet curtains and seats were still in place. All now a dull red!). Two operational criticisms: no bag search on arrival and a rather a hot auditorium.

Amanda Hansford27th November

We found this performance very disappointing and in fact left before the final act. It was a lacklustre performance that failed to stimulate interest.

Patricia Terhorst26th November

Really enjoyed the show, the acoustics excellent and food in the restaurant good ! Like that the meal can be dispersed throughout the evening at intervals made for an enjoyable evening !

Mr Peter Kininmonth25th November

Ripped off paid £240 on an official site tickets face value were £198. Bad feeling

Cynthia Thomas23rd November

performance was great, seats were very good, Thank you

Ffion Moyle21st October

Easy to reserve easy to watch!

Rose Hicks4th October

A terrific performance.What a treat. My first time at the London Coliseum. Lovely theatre.