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Productions

La Fille mal gardée

  • 5 May 2015
  • Main Stage

Frederick Ashton's joyful ballet The Wayward Daughter contains some of his most brilliant choreography.

The Virtues of Things

  • 5–6 May 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

Rising stars Matt Rogers and Sally O'Reilly present a new opera as part of the annual collaboration between The Royal Opera, Opera North and Aldeburgh Music.

Król Roger

  • 6–19 May 2015
  • Main Stage

Kasper Holten presents a new production of Szymanowski's sumptuously scored opera King Roger, a meditation on identity and desire.

Side by Side

  • 10 May 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

An enticing programme of opera and ballet classics performed by young musicians from Southbank Sinfonia, mentored by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.

Woolf Works

  • 11–26 May 2015
  • Main Stage

Wayne McGregor’s new full-length ballet is inspired by the works of Virginia Woolf, with an original score by Max Richter (Infra).

Little Monsters / The Architect / Perpetuum Mobile / A Northern Trilogy / Angels in the Architecture

  • 12–14 May 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

Northern Ballet, one of the UK's leading touring companies, visits the Linbury Studio Theatre with a new mixed programme.

Elves and the Shoemaker

  • 16 May 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

Northern Ballet presents a new children's ballet from its award-winning series Short Ballets for Small People.

La traviata

  • 18 May—4 July 2015
  • Main Stage

Verdi’s tragic opera of a Parisian courtesan who sacrifices all for love is vividly told in Richard Eyre’s production.

La bohème

  • 23 May—16 July 2015
  • Main Stage

A lost key and an accidental touch of cold hands in the dark – so begins one of the great romances of all opera, told in vivid detail in this classic production.

Afternoon of a Faun / In the Night / Song of the Earth

  • 29 May—4 June 2015
  • Main Stage

The Royal Ballet's mixed programme brings together two of Jerome Robbins's masterpieces with MacMillan's powerful depiction of love and loss.