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Tosca at the London Coliseum – 3rd October to 3rd December 2016

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Catherine Malfitano’s production returns to ENO Set in Rome at the time of Napoleon’s invasion of Italy. Oleg Caetani conducts a cast that includes soprano Keri Alkema as Tosca, with Gwyn Hughes Jones as Cavaradossi, and Craig Colclough as Scarpia.

Set in Rome at the time of Napoleon’s invasion of Italy, opera singer Tosca’s love for artist Cavaradossi is complicated by finding herself being wanted by sadistic police chief Scarpia wants Tosca for himself

Tosca is a roller coaster story of love, lust, murder and political intrigue. With its dramatic story line and Puccini’s richly romantic score, it is one of the world’s best loved operas.

Running Time

2hrs 45mins

Running time includes two intervals of approximately 20 minutes each.

Language

Sung in English, with surtitles projected above the stage

If you would like more information or buy a ticket, visit the ENO website here

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