The English National Opera has announced that its scheme for under 18s to access free tickets at its Covent Garden home is to be extended to cover those under 21.
Tickets are available on every level of the London Coliseum from the Stalls to the Balcony. In order to be eligible, all you need to do is register for the free under 35s scheme on the ENO website.
What’s more, is that under 35s can get £35 tickets in the Stalls, £25 tickets in the Dress Circle and £15 tickets in the Upper Circle for the ENO too. These prices don’t include a £2.25 per ticket charge.
In order to book these tickets you need to register for the free under 35 scheme online and you can even book two discounted tickets (as long as the other person is also under 35) per performance, meaning you can bring a friend.
The ENO have also announced today that prices for all audiences members will remain from £10 as part of their commitment to making opera accessible for all.
The ENO is set to produce work including Tosca, La bohème and the Handmaid’s Tale. With such accessible prices, it’s worth taking a look and giving opera a go for the first time.