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Autumn Season 2005 The Bitter Tears of

Gerald Barry's reworking of Fassbinder's extraordinary study of female love opens a landmark season at ENO. Visionary director Richard Jones shapes proceedings. SEPT 16 · 20 · 23 · 29 · OCT 1 · 4 · 7 7 Performances only· NEW PRODUCTION

Anthony Minghella makes his opera debut with Puccini's tragic masterpiece, starring Mary Plazas, Gwyn Hughes Jones and Jean Rigby. NOV 5 · 9 · 11 · 15 · 18 · 23 · 25 · 30 DEC 2 · 7 · 9 · 13 12 Performances only· NEW PRODUCTION

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ENO's delightful Mozart classic returns. Originally directed by Nicholas Hytner, with Toby Spence, Andrew Shore and Janice Watson. SEPT19·21·24·28·30·0CT6·8·12·14·17·21 11 Performances only

National Theatre Director Nicholas Hytner's Olivier Award-winning production of Handel's classic. Katarina Karneus makes her UK Handeldebut. NOV 16 · 19 · 24 · 26 · DEC 1 · 6 · 15 7 Performances only

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Poulenc's riveting tale of faith and courage returns with Phyllida Lloyd's beautiful production featuring Felicity Palmer, Dame Josephine Barstow and Catrin Wyn-Davies. OCT 5 · 13 · 15 · 18 · 22 · 27 · 29 · NOV 3 8 Performances only

On the centenary of Strauss's first international hit, a welcome return for one of ENO's most successful productions. Features Cheryl Barker and Sally Burgess. Kwame Ryan conducts. OCT 19 · 28 · NOV 2 · 4 · 10 · 12 · 17 7 Performances only

Britten's masterpiece in a major new production from WNO featuring Simon Keenlyside, John Tomlinson and Timothy Robinson. DEC 3 · 5 · 8 · 10 · 12 · 14 · 17 7 Performances only · NEW PRODUCTION

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