The London Coliseum

Dance Venues St Martin's Lane
WC2N 4ES
Tel: 0871 911 0200 www.eno.org

London Coliseum
The London Coliseum is the home of English National Opera.

The London Coliseum

Type of performances
Opera and ballet

Seating capacity
2400

History
Building completed November 1904, designed by Frank Matcham for Oswald Stoll.

Hiring Information
Room bookings enquiries: 020 7845 9216.

Annual Seasons
Rep 1 – September to February
Rep 2 – March to May
Rep 3 – May to July

Booking details
Box office: 0871 911 0200
Fax bookings: 020 7379 1264
Online: www.eno.org
Minicom: 020 7836 7666
email: info@eno.org

Flexible Discount Scheme
If you are booking for three or more operas the Flexible Discount Scheme offers the following discounts: 3 operas 15% off, 4 operas 20% off, 5 – 7 operas 25% off. All you need to do is make one booking for three or more operas at the same price within the same booking period.You can book now for the Autumn 2001 and Spring 2002 booking period through this Scheme.

Eating and Drinking
There are buffet bars on all levels of the theatre, selling coffee, sandwiches, pastries, confectionery and a full range of drinks. The Dutch Bar on the lower Stalls level opens at 5.30pm. The Terrace Bar, situated on the Upper Circle level, is open from one hour before the performance (45 minutes if curtain up is earlier than 7.30pm). Hot food will be available in the Terrace Bar pre-performance though seating is not guaranteed

Access Information
nglish National Opera offer reduced price tickets for disabled patrons and one companion. If you are registered disabled and would like to join their Access Programme, please email to request a registration form or call the Box Office on 020 7632 8300.

People in wheelchairs can use the Stalls Boxes at the rear of the auditorium which have level access via a low incline ramp from St Martin’s Lane. People with walking difficulties may sit close to the rear entrance to the Stalls. To reach these seats there are two shallow steps.

Blind patrons may not take their guide dogs into the auditorium, but the theatre management staff will be more than happy to look after them during the performance.

For visually impaired people seats are reserved close to the stage.

Hard-of -hearing patrons can use the infra-red amplification system.

A unisex toilet is situated in the Stalls promenade which can accommodate one person in a wheelchair.

Address
London Coliseum
St Martin’s Lane
London
WC2N 4ES

www.eno.org

Transport
Nearest tube: Charing Cross or Leicester Square.

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