The Magic Flute is one of Mozart’s most popular operas and has been a great success since 1791 when it was first premiered in Vienna
Complicite artistic director Simon McBurney directs this wonderfully theatrical and imaginative staging using live sound effects and stunning animations to help bring this captivating story to life.
In a story about good and evil, Prince Tamino has to fight a malicious serpent and an evil sorcerer to gain his beautiful princess . Can he overcome a dark queen with manipulative motives and three trials of his courage and virtue ?
The storytelling will be matched by music of the very highest level, with ENO Music Director Mark Wigglesworth conducting an impressive cast including Allan Clayton as Tamino and Lucy Crowe as Pamina.
Running time: 2hrs 55mins
Language: Sung in English, with surtitles
The Magic Flute cast and creative team
Conductor Mark Wigglesworth
Director Simon McBurney
Set Designer Michael Levine
Costume Designer Nicky Gillibrand
Lighting Designer Jean Kalman
Movement Josie Daxter
Video Designer Finn Ross
Sound Designer Gareth Fry
Translator Stephen Jeffreys
Tamino Allan Clayton
Pamina Lucy Crowe
Papageno Peter Coleman-Wright
Sarastro James Creswell
Queen of Night Ambur Braid
Speaker Darren Jeffrey
Monostatos John Graham-Hall
First Lady Eleanor Dennis
Second Lady Catherine Young
Third Lady Rachael Lloyd
First Priest/First Armed Man Rupert Charlesworth
Second Priest/Second Armed Man Frederick Long
Papagena Soraya Mafi
If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the ENO website here
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