Australian director Benedict Andrews brings a new interpretation of one of opera’s most popular and unforgettable stories to the London Coliseum. Read More >
Australian director Benedict Andrews brings a new interpretation of La Bohème, one of opera’s most popular and unforgettable stories, to the London Coliseum.
Mimì knocks on the door of her neighbour Rodolfo, sparking the start of a journey that takes the couple – and the audience – 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.
Puccini’s soaring vocal lines and beautiful orchestration are conducted by Italian repertoire specialist Xian Zhang. The cast includes soprano Corinne Winters and lyric tenor Zach Borichevsky as Mimì and Rodolfo.
Director Andrews’ recent work includes the Young Vic’s Olivier Award nominated production of A Streetcar Named Desire.
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