Marvellous Miller
  • West End

On 16th November English National Opera are celebrating legendary director's Jonathan Miller's phenomenal contribution to the Company in a special evening, featuring excerpts from many of his productions and interviews with the great man himself.

Over the last four decades Jonathan Miller's stagings have been at the heart of ENO's work. From his insightful Marriage of Figaro in 1978 to his charming and witty Elixir of Love in 2010, Jonathan has provided ENO with fifteen productions, many of them becoming staples of our repertoire. Only last year his classic productions of The Barber of Seville and The Mikado returned to the London Coliseum stage and, in February 2017, his unforgettable 'Mafia' production of Rigoletto will open ENO's Spring season.

For almost 40 years audiences at the Coliseum have been moved and entertained by Jonathan's work. This is an opportunity to relive many of these wonderful moments while fundraising for ENO's world-class work.

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