Richard Bratby

I pounded my car horn like a Neapolitan cabbie: ENO’s drive-in Bohème reviewed

The artistic values of this ambitious project were as high as any at the Coliseum

Natalya Romaniw as Mimi and the Bohemians as north London crusties slumming it in a campervan in ENO’s drive-in La bohème. Credit: © Lloyd Winters, courtesy of English National Opera

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