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English National Opera

English National Opera has lost a key member of its senior management team, producing director Terri-Jayne Griffin, who is leaving after 19 years with...

Acis has one of the less glamorous transformations in Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Other characters become birds or lions, but he is squashed by a rock...

As the English language opera company marks five decades of performing in residence at the London Coliseum, George Hall toasts some of its standout...

On a recent visit to see Once on This Island at New York’s Circle in the Square Theater, I experienced a new level of security check. The official...

English National Opera is banning musical theatre audiences from bringing food and drink into the London Coliseum because patrons have been “picnicking” and “replacing...

Now appearing in Chess at the London Coliseum, the performer and pop star tells Mark Shenton how the loss of her mother last year...

There are as many permutations of Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus’ Cold War metaphor musical as there are moves in chess. Since its West...

The not always sophisticated humour of Fiona Show’s thrice-seen production of The Marriage of Figaro is made to feel positively classy in this latest...

I heartily agree with your editorial ‘Give National and ENO a break’ (March 22). Thank goodness for common sense. https://www.thestage.co.uk/opinion/2018/editors-view-no-need-go-nuclear-nationals-rufus-norris-enos-daniel-kramer/ It is very easy to criticise...
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