Be swept away by the much-loved opera Carmen at the London Coliseum, an epic tale full of fiery passion and bursting with vibrant, flamenco-infused music.
What is Carmen about?
Set in 20th-century southern Spain, towards the end of the Spanish Civil War, Carmen tells the story of a strong woman doing what she can to survive in a poor town. In her search for love, Carmen meets Don José, a young soldier who sacrifices everything to be with her. However, amid a whirl of passion, jealousy and freedom, tragedy strikes.
Enjoy one of the most popular operas ever written as you sing along to Georges Bizet’s Spanish-influenced score full of famous numbers, passionate melodies, and Hispanic rhythms, such as the rousing “Toreador song” and “Habanera”.
How can I get tickets?
How long is Carmen?
The opera Carmen lasts for two hours and 45 minutes, including one interval.
Where is Carmen playing?
Carmen is playing at the London Coliseum in London’s West End. The closest Tube stations are Leicester Square and Charing Cross.
What age is the show suitable for?
Carmen is recommended for as the production contains some adult content which may not be suitable for younger audiences.
|Adult ticket||From £11.90 per ticket|
Venue Details & Map
St Martin's LaneLondonWC2N 4ES
- 0871 9110200