About The Marriage of Figaro

London Coliseum, London
5 February 2025 - 22 February 2025

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Experience one of the greatest operas ever written, The Marriage of Figaro at the London Coliseum.

Mozart’s musical masterpiece is a whirlwind comedy of betrothal, betrayal and deliciously bad behaviour.

Set on a single day, it packs in a dazzling procession of madcap comic schemes and setbacks, all of which are punctuated by some of the most sublime music ever written. This is Mozart at the height of his powers.

One of the most gifted directors of his generation, Joe Hill-Gibbins brings an exciting new energy to this classic opera. It’s a bold, contemporary take that accentuates Mozart’s overtures and arias with a pared back staging, which brings out the production’s wit and comedic characters.

Former ENO Harewood Artist, David Ireland sings the title role. Internationally renowned British soprano and another former ENO Harewood Artist, Mary Bevan is Susannah, his fiancée. The production is conducted by Ainārs Rubiķis, following his many successes as Music Director with the Komische Oper, Berlin.

The Marriage of Figaro runs from 5 – 22 February 2025 at the London Coliseum. Book tickets now.

Show Information

Performance dates
5 February 2025 - 22 February 2025
Age restrictions
Running time
3 hours 20 minutes 9including interval)
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What's the story of The Marriage of Figaro?

When the cheating Count Almaviva makes advances on Susanna, his servant’s wife-to-be, Figaro’s marriage threatens to end before it has started.

The household takes sides. Susanna and Figaro conspire with the forsaken Countess to outwit her husband and teach him a lesson in fidelity. But when the teenage Cherubino involves himself in their plans, deception, disguise and double cross are the result, as the warring factions make Figaro’s love-life a comic battleground.

Who is in the cast of The Marriage of Figaro?

The Marriage of Figaro Cast 2025: Mary Bevan: Susanna; David Ireland: Figaro; Neal Davies: Dr. Bartolo; Rebecca Evans: Marcellina; Hanna Hipp: Cherubino; Hubert Francis: Don Basilio / Don Curzio; Nardus Williams: Countess Almaviva; Cody Quattlebaum: Count Almaviva; Ava Dodd: Barbarina

Who are the creative team of The Marriage of Figaro?

The Marriage of Figaro Creative Team 2025: Ainārs Rubiķis: Conductor (ex 12 February); Tess Jackson: Conductor (from 12 February); Joe Hill-Gibbins: Director; Johannes Schütz: Set Designer; Astrid Klein: Costume Designer; Matthew Richardson: Lighting Designer; Jenny Ogilvie: Movement Director; Jeremy Sams: Translator


★★★★ "The escapist tonic you need" - The Times
★★★★ "Slick, cool and a lot of fun - The Telegraph
★★★★ "As ingenious as it is engrossing" - Evening Standard

Important Notes

Language: Sung in English, with lyrics projected above the stage

Assisted performances: BSL signed – Monday 17 February 2025 at 7pm

Venue Information

London Coliseum, St. Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES
Nearest Tube or Train: Leicester Square (Northern line, Piccadilly line), Charing Cross (Northern line, Bakerloo line), Embankment (Northern line, Bakerloo line, District line, Circle line)
Nearest Buses: 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 23, 24, 29, 53, 77a, 88, 91, 139, 159, 176

Frequently Asked Questions

The Marriage of Figaro is playing at the London Coliseum in London
The running time of The Marriage of Figaro is 3 hours 20 minutes 9including interval)
The age recommendations for The Marriage of Figaro are: 12+
To buy official London Theatre tickets to The Marriage of Figaro, click on the Find Tickets button at the top of this page. You will be able to access the booking calendar to check ticket availability and see any exclusive offers or discounts. You will be purchasing tickets from an authorised retailer and member of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers.
Yes. If you’ve never been to the opera before, then The Marriage of Figaro is a great place to start. Typically, a comedy is not what people think of when it comes to operas. However, if you’re looking for revenge, disguise, love and trickery all rolled into one – then The Marriage of Figaro is a wonderful first option.
The Marriage of Figaro was originally written in Italian. However, at ENO, it is performed in English with the words displayed above the stage (surtitles). English National Opera believed that singing in English enhances the emotional connection between performers and audiences.

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