The Pirates of Penzance
The Pirates of Penzance is showing at the London Coliseum from 9 February 2017 until 25 March 2017. The show runs for two hours 15 minutes, including one interval of approximately 20 minutes. The opera is sung in English with surtitles projected above the stage.  
The Pirates of Penzance 
Described as an “entirely delightful evening” in a five-star review, the swashbuckling and hilarious farce The Pirates of Penzance comes to the stage of the ENO. 
Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance is a comic opera that premiered in New York in 1880. The story is centred on some orphan pitying pirates, who come face to face with a group of blundering policemen, who are especially hopeless at foiling felons. 
ENO’s Andrew Stone sings the role of the army general, whilst John Tomlinson sings the Sergeant of Police. The young lovers Mabel and Frederic are sung by ENO Harewood artists Soraya Mafi and David Webb. Gareth Jones conducts the compelling score.
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The Venue


United Kingdom

Running Time

2 hours 15 minutes including one interval

Booking Dates

First Performance

Saturday 9th May 2015

Last Performance

Saturday 25th March 2017

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