La Bohème London Coliseum, St. Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES
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ABOUT La Bohème - ENO
Jonathan Miller’s classic production returns to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the director’s ENO debut.
Experience love, heartbreak and timeless romance in Puccini’s La Bohème at the London Coliseum with ENO.
When Mimì knocks at the door of four impoverished friends, Rodolfo answers and it’s love at first sight.
Conducted by Alexander Joel, Puccini‘s moving score follows Mimì and Rodolfo’s love unfolding from it’s joyful beginnings to the heartbreak of her death.
Making their ENO debuts are Natalya Romaniw as Mimì and lyric tenor Jonathan Tetelman, singing the role of Rodolfo. With Nadine Benjamin as Musetta, David Soar as Colline and Harewood Artists Bozidar Smiljanic and Matthew Durkan sharing Schaunard, this Bohème promises to be an exceptional musical and theatrical treat.
La Bohème will play a limited season from 26 November 2018 until 22 February 2019 at the London Coliseum.
WHAT’S THE STORY?
When Mimì knocks on the door of four impoverished friends, Rodolfo answers, sparking the start of journey which will take them – and you – through the full range of human emotions.
From the irrepressible joy of their burgeoning love affair through to the unbearable heartbreak at their separation by death, only the stoniest of hearts could fail to be moved by this timeless story – whether you’re watching for the first or the 31st time.
WHO’S IN IT? LA BOHEME CAST
The cast features Natalya Romaniw (Mimì), Jonathan Tetelman (Rodolfo), Nadine Benjamin (Musetta), David Soar (Colline) and Bozidar Smiljanic and Matthew Durkan sharing the role of Schaunard.
Conducted by Alexander Joel, directed by Jonathan Miller, revival director Natascha Metherell,
with design by Isabella Bywater,revival lighting design by Kevin Sleep and translation by Amanda Holden.
★★★★★ ‘One of the best Bohèmes to be heard in London’ The Guardian
Running time: 2hrs 15mins
Language: Sung in English, with lyrics projected above the stage