Venues - London - The London Coliseum

Venues in London found on venue123.com The Coliseum’s 2,359-seat auditorium, built as a grand music hall in 1904 by the renowned architect Frank Matcham, was restored to its former glory in 2004 as part of an £80 million restoration. Residents English National Opera (ENO) and English National Ballet perform under artistic director John Berry and the programme veers from populist to highbrow. Unlike at the Royal Opera House, all works here are performed in English.
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The London Coliseum globe at night held aloft by the four muses. The iconic rotating globe is visible in the London sky over Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square. © Karla Gowlett

The London Coliseum globe at night held aloft by the four muses. The iconic rotating globe is visible in the London sky over Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square. © Karla Gowlett

The view from the stage: the auditorium of the London Coliseum. Seating is spread over 4 levels, the Stalls, Dress Circle, Upper Circle and Balcony.  The auditorium has approximately 2,350 seats, making it the biggest theatre in London.

The view from the stage: the auditorium of the London Coliseum. Seating is spread over 4 levels, the Stalls, Dress Circle, Upper Circle and Balcony. The auditorium has approximately 2,350 seats, making it the biggest theatre in London.

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