Pelleas et Melisande

Pelleas et Melisande

Claude Debussy - Autumn Season

Oct 1 Royal College of Music Book Tickets Online
Oct 3 Royal College of Music Book Tickets Online
Oct 16 Buxton Opera House Book Tickets Online
Oct 22 Malvern Theatres Book Tickets Online
Oct 30 Harrogate Theatre Book Tickets Online
Nov 7 West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge Book Tickets Online
Nov 9 Theatre Royal Bath
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Latest news

  1. ETO wins £25K Creativeworks London award

    1st July 2015

    ETO has won a £25,000 award from Creativeworks London to explore how audiences experience and engage with live opera Read more

  2. ETO seeks participants for new opera project at Hampton Court Palace

    16th April 2015

    ETO and Hampton Court Palace are inviting community groups to take part in a project to create a new opera for the palace's 500th birthday celebrationsRead more

  3. Life on the Moon shortlisted for Manchester Theatre Award

    20th January 2015

    ETO has been shortlisted for the Opera category in the 2015 Manchester Theatre Awards for Haydn’s Life on the Moon. Read more

  4. ETO wins prize from Legacy10 Award for Excellence

    3rd December 2014

    David Burgess (Head of Partnerships and Development) and ETO have been awarded a "Highly Commended" prize as part of the 2014 Legacy10 Awards for Excellence.Read more

From the Blog

  1. From the road: the day after

    1st July 2015

    Watch the final performance of Donizetti's The Siege of Calais, recorded at the Thalia Theatre in Budapest on Tuesday 30 June as part of the 2015 Armel Festival.Read more

  2. From the road: fitting up at the Armel Festival

    30th June 2015

    The Siege of Calais will be streamed live from Budapest tonight at 6pm; read our thoughts as we prepare to stage Donizetti's opera for one last time.Read more

  3. Eleven mostly weird and sometimes wonderful science fiction operas

    29th September 2014

    Ahead of our tour of Haydn's Life on the Moon this October and November, we've beamed up eleven more examples of opera's forays into science fiction.Read more

  4. How to become one of Handel's divas

    15th September 2014

    Follow in the footsteps of Francesca Cuzzoni and Margherita Durastanti and unleash your inner prima donna with ETO's handy, 4-step guide.Read more

Your latest comments

  1. Went to first ever opera – La Boheme Cambridge Arts Theatre 29 May. What an introduction to live opera!! Awsome production, superb voices, excellent acting. Had my wife in tears – I just managed to hold back! What next in the opera journey?

    Said Steve Knowles
    about La boheme

  2. Stupendous performance at Cambridge Arts Theatre. Beautifully sung and wonderfully accompanied by the orchestra. They let Puccini flow, gave the music time and let emotion take over. Act 3 set – the BEST ever

    Said Lucian Hatfield
    about La boheme

  3. Most enjoyable exuberant performance with stunning singing/acting, conducting, and accompaniment enhanced by the intimacy of the small Grand Theatre in Blackpool.

    Said R. Sanner
    about La boheme

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