Competition: Win a piece of Royal Opera House History
Have you ever wanted to own a piece of Royal Opera House history?
Our costume sale takes place later this month at the High House Production Park in Purfleet and is a rare opportunity for the public to buy pieces worn in various Royal Opera House productions, from The Sleeping Beauty to Lohengrin, Don Carlo to Parsifal.
To celebrate this rare event we’re offering an exclusive piece as a prize in a competition…
On offer is a glamorous nymph’s costume from The Sleeping Beauty (as pictured above modelled by dancers from the Royal Ballet behind Darcey Bussell), a cornerstone of the Royal Ballet’s repertory and as such a true piece of Royal Opera House history. The costume was originally worn by Laura McCulloch and Natalie Harrison.
How to enter
For a chance of winning this piece of Royal Opera House history, simply tell us your favourite Royal Opera House related memory – What was your favourite production? Who stole the show? Did you bring a friend or relative and have their socks blown off? Whatever your tale, share it with us!
Whatever your memory, there are a number of ways to share it and enter the competition:
- Write it on our Facebook wall
- Tweet it using the hashtag #ROHMemories
- Comment on this article. [Update: Comments now closed]
We’ll pick one winner on Friday 23 September 2011. The Royal Opera House’s decision is final and no alternative prize will be offered.