Puccini La Boheme

ETO: La Bohème

by Puccini

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Puccini’s La Bohème is a story of young love, starting on Christmas Eve in a Parisian garret. On this festive, snowy night the lovers draw close, but poverty forces them apart in a story told with the most memorable music. ETO’s much-praised production, in period dress and with inventive designs, sung in Italian, promises to break every heart and breathe joy into the spirit of everyone who has ever wanted love. 

PRE-SHOW TALK

There will be a pre-show talk with cast and company in the auditorium before each performance of La Bohème at 6:30PM. Seating for these talks will be unreserved.

★★★★★

Independent

★★★★

The Guardian

★★★★

The Times

★★★★

What’s on Stage

★★★★

Bachtrack

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ETO – La Boheme

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La Bohème is a tale of young love, starting on Christmas Eve in a Paris garret. On this festive night Mimì and Rodolfo draw close, before poverty and ill-health force them apart. With some of the most memorable music in opera, ETO’s new Italian-language production lifts every spirit and breaks every heart.

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