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Royal Opera House Bridge

What we do

Royal Opera House Bridge works to ‘connect children and young people with great art and culture’.

Through research, advocacy and co-investment we nurture networks, share learning and foster innovation within the education, arts and culture sector – particularly in communities where there is limited local provision or experience. ROH Bridge is funded by Arts Council England and is part of a national network of ten ‘bridge’ organisations.

Based at High House Production Park in Thurrock, we work with schools, arts organizations, museums, libraries, heritage sites, and councils across Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and North Kent.

For the latest news and opportunities follow us @ROHBridge or get email updates.

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Funding & Investment

From connecting partners to supporting innovation and building resilience we can help.

Ahead for Culture: Championing Cultural Learning in Changing Times

The 3rd Annual ROH Bridge Conference
June 12th 2015 / Royal Opera House

Arts Award

Arts Award is the qualification for young people age 5 to 25 that inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents.

Artsmark

Artsmark is the flagship programme for schools and other organizations to review, strengthen and celebrate their arts and culture provision.

Spotlight...

Inspiring examples and innovation from creative cultural leaders at all levels.

Research & Training

New publications, archived reports and CPD opportunities.

Say Hello...

Telephone +44 (0)1708 892824 Email bridge@roh.org.uk Twitter: @ROHBridge
Post: ROH Bridge, The Vinery, Vellacott Close, High House Production Park, Purfleet, Essex, RM19 1AF

News and features

  1. 27 December 2014

    On the first day of Christmas, the Royal Opera House gave to me....

    Our Learning and Participation department have been busy all year. Find out a bit more about what we've been up to and who we've enjoyed working with.

  2. 25 November 2014

    Children need art, like everyone needs broccoli

    I know that art Is good for you, but how can this be explained to those who don’t feel it instinctively?, asks Judith Merritt of firstsite.

  3. 14 October 2014

    Theatre and the arts are not about the curriculum or a fix for society’s problems

    We need to radically rethink why we teach art and culture in schools, says Purni Morell of the Unicorn Theatre