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The Magic Flute: Review English National Opera Coliseum, London 7 November - 7 December 2013 Director: Simon McBurney 7 November - 7 December 2013 Director: Simon McBurney.
Mozart: The Magic Flute English National Opera. The Coliseum, London, 13th November 2013. First and foremost, English National Opera’s new production of The Magic Flute is an extra-ordinary theatrical event. Regular theatre goers might already have seen at least some of the technical devices employed here but the theatricality of the musical concept is likely to be unique to this.
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Mozart: Magic Flute English National Opera The Coliseum, 2 April 2019. Sometimes an opera production just needs to grow on you. This is the case for the most recent ENO production of Magic Flute, directed by Simon McBurney, which has returned for its third run since opening in 2013. Is was then the first new ENO production of The Magic Flute for around 25 years, and replaced Nicholas Hytner.
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