Grab Tickets To Get Festive With Tickets For The Nutcracker At The London Coliseum
What to expect
Make this Christmas memorable as the London Coliseum hosts English National Ballet’s Nutcracker with exquisite dancing, Tchaikovsky’s popular score played live, and beautiful sets. Right from the sound of the orchestra tuning their musical instruments to the loud final cheers and bows, you are guaranteed a fun evening with over 100 dancers, as well as live musicians. The Nutcracker brings the audience into a frosty Christmas Eve and provides the ultimate festive experience. The protagonist, Clara, gets a captivating nutcracker as a gift, it is her journey into the magical world as she meets a handsome person and fights gloriously with the Mouse King. The valiant Nutcracker and Clara then ride in a hot air balloon across London. To know more, get your Nutcracker London Coliseum tickets now and be mesmerized by stunning dancing, exquisite live music, and festive cheer.
About The Nutcracker
What is The Nutcracker about?
Be a part of the splendid Nutcracker that Clara possesses for a memorable Christmas present for your family. As The Nutcracker returns for another year of Christmas celebrations to the London Coliseum, it will let the viewers into the story of Clara and her captivating Nutcracker doll on a cold Christmas Eve. Add the Nutcracker at the London Coliseum to your to-do list among your other holiday celebrations.
In frosty Edwardian London, a family is partying their hearts out in front of a well-lit Christmas tree. Clara and her younger brother, Freddie, are excited about the Christmas celebrations the gifts they are to receive. The festive fun has taken over the two siblings. The children's godfather, Herr Drosselmeyer, entertains the kids with his newest toys. Clara gets a captivating Christmas Nutcracker doll as a Christmas Eve gift. She then finds herself in a cold icy place and both of them (Clara and her doll) find a magical world in London. Clara helps the doll fight the villain Mouse King, meets a handsome person, and goes on a ride in a hot air balloon. After the fight with the Mouse King, the ride takes them across the frosty London skyline to the glimmering Land of Snow. Clara and her valiant Nutcracker land near a magical puppet theatre that comes alive and dancers from all over the world jump out for some exquisite dancing.
The Nutcracker at the London Coliseum returns for another celebratory festive season of adventure and ballet. Over 100 ballet dancers and musicians get together to bring this classic tale to life along with Tchaikovsky's iconic score.
Experience this musical live this festive season. Don't be late, get your Nutcracker tickets for London Coliseum now and start your holiday celebrations with a bang!
Who wrote The Nutcracker?
The story 'The Nutcracker and the Mouse King' was written by Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann. The original story is a lot darker than this ballet.
The Nutcracker song, the ballet has been written by Pyotr Tchaikovsky.
What does The Nutcracker symbolise?
A nutcracker, according to German folklore, symbolizes strength and protection. This figurine is kept to look after the family and is said to bring luck.
What age is The Nutcracker suitable for?
The Nutcracker is suitable for people of all ages. It is however recommended for children who are five and above.
How long is The Nutcracker?
The Nutcracker's run time is two hours and has an interval of 20 minutes.
Who is in The Nutcracker's cast?
The cast has not yet been revealed.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is The Nutcracker being performed?
The Nutcracker is being performed at the London Coliseum, 33 St Martin's Lane, Westminster, London, WC2N 4ES. Get your Nutcracker tickets now!
How to get to the London Coliseum?
The commute to London Coliseum is fairly easy as the theatre is situated in the middle of the city. If you want to travel by car, take the A400 for the fastest route. Alternatively, you can take the exit to St Martin's Lane.
The nearest train station to the theatre in London is Charing Cross Station, which is a four to seven-minute walk from the theatre. The nearest Tube station is Charing Cross Station which is just three minutes away.
Where can I park?
The nearest parking area is the Q-Park Covent Garden and is just a few minutes away from the theatre.
There is also the 24-hour Q-Park Chinatown Car Park and if you get your tickets validated at the theatre, you can save 50%.
Where are the toilets at the London Coliseum?
There are toilets on each seating level. Adapted toilets for access to disabled visitors are located in the basement, stalls, dress circle, and balcony.
Is the London Coliseum accessible?
Yes, it is wheelchair accessible. There are two wheelchair spaces in the stalls, two in the dress circle, and four in the stall boxes. Adapted toilets in four out of five levels are available. Two lifts are also present.
Where can I eat nearby?
There are many options to enjoy near the theatre including Fumo, Chandos, Notes Coffee Roasters & Bar, Nutshell, and La Roche.