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The Pilgrim's Progress: English National Opera
The first fully staged production of Vaughan Williams’s The Pilgrim’s Progress in more than 60 years.
Williams is one of our most celebrated composers and this production follows acclaimed ENO stagings of his works, Sir John in Love and Riders to the Sea and highlights its commitment to the best of English opera.
Bringing this inspired journey of morality, spirituality and temptation to life is renowned director, actor and storytelling visionary Yoshi Oïda, while musically, conductor Martyn Brabbins injects his passion for British music to Williams’s sublime score.
Oïda’s production sees the lead roles of John Bunyan, and his dreamt-up Pilgrim, played by the same singer, rising British baritone Roland Wood, who delighted Coliseum audiences last year in The Marriage of Figaro and Simon Boccanegra. He is ably supported by Benedict Nelson, recently the eponymous star in Britten’s Billy Budd.
Originally the Sadler's Wells Opera, formed at the turn of the century by Lilian Baylis, the company was renamed the English National Opera in 1974. The ENO was the first British opera company to tour the United States (1984) and the first major foreign opera company to tour the former Soviet Union (1990). In 1992, the company acquired the freehold to the London Coliseum, and after a four-year restoration programme moved into its new home in 2004.
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Venue: London Coliseum
St. Martin's Lane
WC2N 4ES 51.509911, -0.126281
→ Charing Cross 5 min walk
→ Leicester Square 4 min walk
→ Embankment 4 min walk
→ Charing Cross 4 min walk