English National Opera

Fancy a movie? Let's go to the opera...
By Mark Valencia · 15 Jul 2014

Cinema relays are a revolution in broadening access to theatre, and 40% of the audiences are for opera

Orange Tree loses NPO funding as small companies bear brunt of Arts Council cuts
By Theo Bosanquet · 1 Jul 2014

The Richmond venue is among 58 organisations to lose National Portfolio status today

The Pearl Fishers (London Coliseum)
By Mark Valencia · 17 Jun 2014

English National Opera revives Penny Woolcock's modern-day production of Bizet's exotic romance

Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel's Sweeney Todd headed to ENO in 2015?
By Rosie Bannister · 12 Jun 2014

An agreement in principle has been made for the production, which ran at New York's Lincoln Centre earlier this year

Young Vic announces Fevered Sleep's Dusk and Katie Mitchell's Way Back Home
By Jay Julier · 30 Apr 2014

The productions for children will play the Maria studio this winter

Michael Coveney: Old Russia in Prince Igor, new England in David Hare
By Michael Coveney · 3 Apr 2014

The Coliseum's visiting Russian production evokes some eerie memories for our chief critic

Brief Encounter with... Prizewinning tenor Michael Fabiano
By Mark Valencia · 7 Mar 2014

Although not yet 30, Glyndebourne's latest Alfredo has received one of opera's most prestigious awards

Winners of 2014 WhatsOnStage Opera Poll announced
By Editorial Staff · 5 Feb 2014

All is revealed! Discover the winners of our third end-of-year Opera Poll

The Magic Flute (ENO)
By Mark Valencia · 8 Nov 2013

At the London Coliseum Simon McBurney gives Mozart's fantasy opera the Complicite treatment and gets away with it – just

Madam Butterfly (ENO)
By Keith McDonnell · 17 Oct 2013
The late Anthony Minghella's breathtakingly beautiful but dramatically inert staging of 'Madam Butterfly' returns to ENO.