Madam Butterfly Tickets

London Coliseum
St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES
Running Time 2 hours 50 minutes including two intervals
Running Since Wed, 26 February 2020
Booking Until Tue, 14 April 2020
Monday - 19:30
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday - 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday - 18:30
Sunday - -

Common Tags & Searches

Limited Run
Important Information
Under 5 years not admitted.

Sung in English with surtitles projected above the stage.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be NO SURTITLES during the Thursday 5 March performance.
The surtitles are not visible from all of the seats in the Dress Circle (row H backwards) and Upper Circle seats (rows K and L) but all seats do have a full view of the stage.

There will be a signed performance Friday 20 March.

Madam Butterfly Tickets With Dinner

From £27.50
Meal at Belgo Centraal
From £36.00
Meal at Aquavit London
Modern French
From £25.00
Meal at Café Rouge Covent Garden

More about Madam Butterfly

Anthony Minghella’s Olivier Award-winning production returns to the London Coliseum with performances beginning on 26 February 2020. Madam Butterfly is one of the most frequently staged operas of our generation and never ceases to amaze opera fans, which is why tickets are bound to be in high demand for this critically acclaimed ENO production.
In Giacomo Puccini’s story of unrequited love, a young Japanese girl, Cio-Cio San, falls in love with American naval officer Pinkerton and the pair elope. Before the birth of their son, he returns to the US, were Cio-Cio San is left to await until his return.

Minghella’s staging combines cinematic images and traditional Japanese theatre. Singing in the titular role for the first time in London is the acclaimed Natalya Romaniw, who recently played Mimi in last season’s La bohème. She is joined by tenors Dimitri Pittas and Adam Smith, who share the role of Pinkerton. Leading British baritone and Olivier Award-winning singer Roderick Williams takes on the role of Sharpless while Mezzo Stephanie Windsor-Lewis returns as Suzuki.
ENO Music Director Martyn Brabbins (Jack the Ripper: Women of WhitechapelWar RequiemThe Magic Flute) conducts this highly anticipated revival. The opera in three acts (originally two) features a libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa.

Puccini’s story of unrequited love comes to the London Coliseum for a strictly limited run beginning on 26 February and ending on 17 April. So be sure to book your tickets for Madam Butterfly now while you can, as you won’t want to miss this highly acclaimed production of one of the most popular operas ever written.

Why book Madam Butterfly Theatre Tickets with us?

We are the official ticket partner to Madam Butterfly playing at London Coliseum. We strive to offer Madam Butterfly theatre tickets at best price. With our interactive seat plan you can easily choose your favourite seats and our flawless secure payment system ensures a hassle free checkout process for Madam Butterfly theatre tickets booking.

London Coliseum

St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES
View Seating Plan
Radio-wave system in the auditorium and induction loop at box office and all bars.

Guide dogs allowed into auditorium, alternatively staff are happy to dog sit in the manager's office.

10 spaces for wheelchair/scooter users in total: 2 at back of Dress circle, 4 in Stall boxes and 4 at back of Stalls (companions can sit beside the wheelchairs users). 10 wheelchair/scooter transfer spaces: 4 in Dress Circle and 6 in Balcony. Theatre also provides 2 wheelchairs for loan.

No steps to toilets off the foyer. More toilets at Dress Circle, Upper Circle (women's 10 steps up), Balcony and Basement.

Adapted toilets at Basement, Stalls, Dress Circle (no steps from lift) and Balcony levels.

Good leg room in stalls; B1-4, B33-36, C1 and C39 in the Stalls provide the best leg room.

No steps to Stalls bar and bars in rear Stalls corridor. Further bars at Balcony, Upper and Dress Circles can be accessed by main lift. Dutch Bar on basement level (reachable by lift) accessed by platform lift or down 3 steps. Drinks cannot be taken into the auditorium.

Telephones are 10 steps down from the foyer