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- Aug 27Aug27Fri 17:30Crystal Palace Bowl - LondonSouth Facing Festival - the Eno (English National Opera) / ToscaOn partner siteFind tickets Crystal Palace Bowl - LondonSouth Facing Festival - the Eno (English National Opera) / ToscaAug 27 17:30Find ticketsOn partner site
- Aug 29Aug29Sun 17:30Crystal Palace Bowl - LondonSouth Facing Festival - the Eno (English National Opera) / ToscaOn partner siteFind tickets Crystal Palace Bowl - LondonSouth Facing Festival - the Eno (English National Opera) / ToscaAug 29 17:30Find ticketsOn partner site
Opera singer Tosca’s love for artist Cavaradossi knows no compromise. But with Rome in turmoil, the personal becomes political. Sadistic police chief Scarpia wants Tosca for himself – and, to his manipulative mind, nothing could be easier than turning the very strength of her passion to his own advantage.
Performances at Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre - March 2018
ENO's major new staging of Puccini's Tosca, promises to be the must-see event of this summer's opera season.
Emmy award-winning soprano Catherine Malfitano returns to ENO following her unforgettable 2006 debut, to direct this new production of Puccini's tragedy. Celebrated as one of the foremost Toscas, and dramatic sopranos, of recent decades, she now brings her formidable experience to this hugely anticipated new rendering.
ENO's Olivier Award-winning Music Director, Edward Gardner conducts a superb cast, featuring Amanda Echalaz in the title role. She returns after her triumphant ENO debut as Liù in Turandot and is already heralded as ‘the leading Tosca of a generation' (The independent on Sunday).
Performances at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin - March 2018
The Mikhailovsky Opera of St Petersburg performs this traditional epic as the composer intended, with spectacular traditional sets and world class performances in Italian with English surtitles.
Joining them in the starring role is internationally renowned Irish soprano Celine Byrne* accompanied by The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra in a truly joint Irish / Russian collaboration.
*Celine Byrne will be performing Wed 14, Fri 16 and Sun 18 March, and The Russian star Maria Litke will perform the role on Thurs 15 and Sat 17 March.