English National Opera at the London Coliseum

With 2,358 seats, the London Coliseum is the largest theatre in London. It was built in 1904 for Sir Oswald Stoll by Frank Matcham. It has been the home of English National Opera since 1968. All productions at ENO are sung in English. For further details about the company click here. ENO welcomes people with disabilities, see access for information on headsets, sign language and Talking Notes.


Address:

English National Opera
London Coliseum
St Martin's Lane
London WC2
England

Box Office:

Open: The Box office is open to personal callers from 10.00am - 8.00pm Monday to Saturday (closed Sundays and Bank Holidays)


Ticket Prices:

Ticket prices vary according loction and day, with Saturdays being slightly more expensive. Prices range from: Please check exact seat location and price with the Box Office. Prices are given in UK pounds sterling.

Capacity:

2,358 seats

Mailing List:

For regular information throughout the season, join the mailing list. Benefits include: advance information, priority booking and details of money-saving subscription offers. Telephone: +171 836 3908 for further details

Website: http://www.eno.org/


Edited by Suzanne Payne (mut01sp@gold.ac.uk)