26 July 2012 at 1.01pm | 198 Comments
To mark the end of The Royal Opera’s season – and encourage you to tell us what you think - we’re offering the chance to win a pair of tickets to La bohème. All you have to do is tell us which was your favourite production from the 2011/12 season and why. To enter, leave a comment here or tweet us with the hashtag #RoyalOperaReview.
Please note this competition is now closed.
The productions performed by The Royal Opera during the 2011/12 season were:
- Il trittico (Il tabarro/Suor Angelica/Gianni Schicchi)
- Der fliegende Holländer
- La traviata
- La sonnambula
- Plácido Domingo celebration
- Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
- Don Giovanni
- Così fan tutte
- Le nozze di Figaro
- Miss Fortune
- La fille du régiment
- La bohème
- Les Troyens
- Il viaggio a Reims
We're also running a similar competition reviewing The Royal Ballet's season.
The competition is open until midday on Tuesday 31 July, when the winner will be drawn at random. Entry is open to all ages. The prize is two tickets for the performance of La bohème on 5 Jan 2013. Travel and accommodation costs are not included. Entrants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult when attending a Royal Opera House performance. Tickets are non-transferrable, our decision is final and no alternative prize will be offered. We reserve the right to change prizes and/or end the competition at any time.