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Articles categorised as "Off stage"

Could you create an opera for the Royal Opera House?

17 March 2017

Applications close soon for the MA in Opera Making and Writing and Doctoral Composer-in-Residence programmes at Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

No two days the same: What life is like as a Royal Opera House apprentice

9 March 2017

Apprentices get vital hands-on experience in a number of our backstage departments including Lighting, Wigs and Make-up, and Scenic Art.

How to get a job in the arts

22 January 2017

Time for a career change? How about working in the arts sector?

How the design of Royal Opera House red programmes has evolved through the ages

20 January 2017

Tastes change, as a fascinating trip through more than 250 years of historical souvenirs shows.

Best photos in the house! Our favourite Instagram posts at the Royal Opera House

25 November 2016

A selection of our favourite images capturing the magic of Covent Garden at the start of the 2016/17 Season.

Remembering Paul Findlay, The Royal Opera’s Director of Opera 1987–93

23 November 2016

Throughout 25 years spent at the Royal Opera House in numerous roles, Findlay was committed to widening access to opera and ballet.

Grand Draw 2016/17 winners announced

15 November 2016

£93,000 raised for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden Foundation to support all aspects of work of the Royal Opera House.

Discover the range of exciting backstage careers in the arts at TheatreCraft 2016

4 November 2016

London’s largest careers fair for young people interested in a career in theatre will be held at The Waldorf Hilton on 14 November.

Interactive: Join the Royal Opera Chorus in 360 degrees

7 October 2016

A new virtual reality experience allows you to step on stage with the Royal Opera Chorus as they build up to opening night of Verdi’s Nabucco.

Hidden in plain view: How the Royal Opera House keeps historic artworks alive

7 October 2016

Covent Garden is home to precious art works by David Hockney, Maurice Lambert and Elisabeth Frink, but ensuring their survival requires extreme patience, skill and attention to detail.

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