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What to expect

The timeless classical ballet is brought back to life by English National Ballet in this brilliant production for the London Coliseum. Enjoy this beautiful production, including Tchaikovsky's glorious music, stunning sets, and superb dancing. 'Swan Lake' by Derek Deane also has the English National Ballet Philharmonic playing music by Tchaikovsky. If this is the first time you are going to the ballet or even if you are a long-term admirer of these performances, this enthralling production is going to be a dreamy experience for you. Dive into the romance between the Swan Queen Odette and Prince Siegfried and watch them fight the battle of love against the evil sorcerer, Rothbart. Enjoy the magnificent sight of these talented ballerinas sweeping across the stage. Book 'Swan Lake' London Coliseum tickets today.

About 'Swan Lake' At The London Coliseum

What is 'Swan Lake' about?

'Swan Lake' is at the West End of London with a show for all to remember. The classical ballet has come alive for the West End by English National Ballet, for a limited season with mesmerising dancing, stunning sets, and music by Tchaikovsky.

Get swept away by Prince Siegfried's romance with Swan Queen Odette, while seeing the spectacular battle opposite the evil sorcerer, Rothbart. The stage turns into a striking lakeside and talented ballerinas move around in sync to create a spectacle of classical sublime dancing.

This show is unmissable, so get ready to continue the Christmas tradition with some ballet for the family. Book your tickets now.

What age is Swan Lake at the London Coliseum suitable for?

The show is suitable for age five and above. Children under the age of five are not permitted. Adults must accompany children under the age of 16 with valid tickets.

How long is the show?

The running time of the show is two hours 50 minutes. The performance includes two intervals.

Who is in the cast of 'Swan Lake' at the London Coliseum?

The cast has not been announced yet.

Who is the team behind 'Swan Lake' at the Coliseum?

The choreography is by Derek Deane, Lev Ivanov, and Marius Petipa; music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky; additional choreography by Frederick Ashton; lighting by Howard Harrison; and design by Peter Farmer.

Dancers from the English National Ballet perform this beautiful rendition of the timeless ballet classic.

The English National Ballet Philharmonic plays live music for the performance.

The running time is under three hours, with two intervals during the performance.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is Swan Lake being performed?

The address of the venue is London Coliseum, 33 St Martin's Lane, Westminster, London, WC2N 4ES, England.

How do I get to the London Coliseum?

Take the A400 road to reach the destination in the shortest possible time.

Charing Cross and Leicester Square tube stations are both nearby and a few minutes away from the venue.

The nearest train station is Charing Cross train station.

Where can I park near the London Coliseum?

Q-Park Chinatown is one of the nearest car parks to the location.

Where are the toilet facilities at the London Coliseum?

There are toilets on all the levels in the theatre. Adapted toilets are available in the basement, dress circle, stalls, and balcony.

Is the London Coliseum accessible?

The theatre is wheelchair accessible. There are wheelchair spaces in the dress circle, stalls, and stall boxes. Lifts are available to take you to most of the levels in the theatre. One lift is available in the main foyer.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some popular recommendations are Fumo, Caffe Nero, Chandos, Nutshell, La Roche, and Notes.

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