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La traviata

  • 25 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.

Woolf Works

  • 26 May 2015
  • Main Stage

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

La bohème

  • 27 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.

Chance to Dance / Youth Opera Company

  • 30–31 May 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

In this mixed programme by young performers of the Royal Opera House, the Youth Opera Company performs three new commissions and the Chance to Dance Company gives a retelling of La Fille mal gardée.

Ballet Central

  • 1 June 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

Ballet Central offers an exciting programme of ballet, contemporary and jazz dance from a mixture of highly acclaimed and emerging choreographers, newly commissioned works and much-loved revivals.


  • 2 June 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

The Northern School of Contemporary Dance presents its annual post-graduate performance.

Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance

  • 3 June 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

Rambert School returns to the Linbury Studio Theatre with a programme featuring an excerpt from La Bayadère and Swan Lake.

Dutch National Ballet

  • 5–6 June 2015
  • Linbury Studio Theatre

Dutch National Ballet’s Junior Company present a journey through dance history from the classics to new works created especially for the Junior Company.

Don Giovanni

  • 12 June—3 July 2015
  • Main Stage

ROH Director of Opera Kasper Holten directs a mesmerizing reading of Mozart’s tragicomedy.