- Directed by:
- Jonathan Miller
- Fergus Macleod
- Release Date:
- United Kingdom
BBFC Consumer Advice:Infrequent mild bad language, mild sex references.
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN ENCORE PERFORMANCE
CAPTURED LIVE AND RETURNING TO CINEMAS
ENO SCREEN: THE MIKADO Tuesday 2nd July
Directed by Jonathan Miller
Cert PG, running time 185 minutes (Act I 70 minutes; interval 20minutes; Act II 60 minutes)
Captured live at the London Coliseum in stunning HD, English National Opera’s spectacular production of The Mikado is a popular hit with audiences of all ages. Experience the irresistible combination of wonderful wit, memorable melodies and hilarious antics in this acclaimed production from Jonathan Miller.
When flirting is banned in the town of Titipu, Nanki-Poo and his beloved Yum-Yum are forced to go to extreme measures to protect themselves and the town from the wrath of the all-powerful Mikado. Set in an ever-so English 1930s seaside hotel, ENO’s dazzlingly inventive staging of The Mikado returns to the London Coliseum for what for many has become the definitive production of this much-loved Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera.
Distinguished bass Robert Lloyd sings the role of the Mikado with Richard Suart as Ko-Ko and Mary Bevan and Anthony Gregory as the lovers Yum-Yum and Nanki-Poo.
The Mikado is sung and surtitled in English | Running time: 2hrs 30mins.
Conductor: Fergus Macleod
Director: Jonathan Miller
Revival Director: Elaine Tyler-Hall
Set Designer: Stefanos Lazaridis
Costume Designer: Sue Blane
Lighting Designer: Davy Cunningham
Choreographer: Anthony van Laast
Ko-Ko: Richard Suart
Nanki-Poo: Anthony Gregory
Yum-Yum: Mary Bevan
Pooh-Bah: Graeme Danby
Katisha: Yvonne Howard
The Mikado Of Japan: Robert Lloyd
Pish-Tush: George Humphreys
Pitti-Sing: Rachael Lloyd
Co-production with Houston Grand Opera and Los Angeles Music Center Opera.