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Christoph Willibald Gluck - Spring Season

Mar 5 Hackney Empire Book Tickets Online
Mar 16 Hall for Cornwall, Truro Book Tickets Online
Mar 19 Lighthouse, Poole Book Tickets Online
Mar 23 Norwich Theatre Royal Book Tickets Online
Apr 5 Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield Book Tickets Online
Apr 9 Snape Maltings Concert Hall Book Tickets Online
Apr 15 Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham Book Tickets Online
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  1. Under 30? Help ETO build the audience for live opera - and get a free ticket!

    2nd November 2015

    ETO is undertaking research with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama looking at how additional materials, such as videos, pre-show talks and podcasts, can enhance audience experience of opera. We need opera go...Read more

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

From the Blog

  1. Arranging Werther for piano trio and clarinet

    24th September 2015

    In the post-war years of austerity, Benjamin Britten was at the forefront of a new type of opera, the “chamber” opera. Although principally focussed on new works, this pioneering venture aimed to widen t...Read more

  2. Cyberomance: 7 films (and one poem) about the love affair between man and machines

    17th September 2015

    A catalogue of fictional characters falling in love with statues, robots and other inanimate objects, from Pygmalion to the present day.Read more

  3. It felt like fertile ground to have Hoffmann as a maker of silent movies

    2nd September 2015

    From the beery intimacy of the prologue to Méliès, Nosferatu and the glamour of Hollywood in the late '20s: can Hoffmann the poet become Hoffmann, the filmmaker?Read more

  4. 10 questions for ETO's Pelleas, Jonathan McGovern

    19th August 2015

    You performed at Glyndebourne Opera House aged 12. Did you always know you wanted to be a singer? I’m not sure I can say I’d always known...Read more

Your latest comments

  1. Congratulations to all involved. An opera I had not seen before, and it was a revelation.
    The singing and playing was faultless.

    Said Judith
    about Pelleas et Melisande

  2. Not an opera I would normally have chosen to go to but the visit to Snape was well worth the car journey. Excellent singing wonderfully supported by the on stage quartet who were the stars of the show for me. (What a clever version of the score !) It…

    Said Mervyn Pearson
    about Werther

  3. A wonderful evening’s entertainment. Great singing and imaginative production supported by first class playing of the reduced score by the by the small orchestra which sounded bigger than its numbers. As ever, it was difficult to distinguish words su…

    Said Mervyn Pearson
    about The Tales of Hoffmann

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