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London Coliseum

Map of London Coliseum

London Coliseum
St Martin's Lane
West End, WC2N 4ES

About

Opened by Oswald Stoll on 24 Dec 1904. The first London theatre with a revolving stage. Home of the English National Opera (ENO). 2358 seats, the largest theatre in London, built in 1904 and very sophisticated at the time. The globe at the top was meant to revolve, but this wasn't allowed and 'chaser' lights were installed instead. Home of the ENO. since 1968. Society of London Theatre member. Restoration work costing £41m started in 2001 and due to be completed by 2004 to coincide with the centenary of the Coliseum. During the restoration an artistic programme will be staged.

Current Productions

The Mikado

Opera

Final performance:

Orphee

Opera

Final performance:

No booking fee

The Ballet Icons Gala

Dance/Ballet

One Night Only:

Carmen

Opera

Performances begin:

Luisa Miller

Opera

Performances begin:

Rusalka

Opera

Performances begin:

Past Productions