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Red carpet to be rolled out for students and under-25s at Anna Nicole on 11 September 2014

Very special first night of the Season will include a live jazz band in the Paul Hamlyn Hall, free beer, and a special dining menu.

By Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media)

10 September 2014 at 5.17pm | 2 Comments

The Royal Opera's 2014/15 Season opens tomorrow night (11 September) with a special student and under-25 performance of Anna Nicole.

The performance will be even more special than usual, with star treatment for ticket holders including a free Birra Moretti or non-alcoholic cocktail for early birds. We’ll also be rolling out the red carpet used for award ceremonies such as the BAFTAs at the entrance. The Paul Hamlyn Hall will be filled with the sound of a live jazz band and bar staff will be serving a specially-created 'Anna Nicole cocktail' throughout the night.

Our restaurants have also been caught up in Anna Nicole fever, and will be offering a menu inspired by the opera and all things American, including hamburgers, macaroni cheese and pastrami on rye. The Amphitheatre Restaurant will offer a main course and a beer for £8. View the full menu.

Discounts also extend to the programme book, available at this performance for just £4.

Prizes will be on offer, with the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to The Royal Ballet's Don Quixote from our selfie-station in the Paul Hamlyn Hall. To enter, snap a selfie on the night and tag it with #ROHannanicole on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram. Although there is no dress code, feel free to dress to the nines - feather boas are positively encouraged!

Anna Nicole runs 11–24 September 2014. Tickets are still available.

This first performance is reserved for students and under-25s only, with tickets priced £1–£25. Find out more about ROH Students. ROH Students is generously made possible by the Bunting Family and Simon Robey.

By Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media)

10 September 2014 at 5.17pm

This article has been categorised Opera and tagged anna nicole, by Richard Jones, menu, Production, student

This article has 2 comments

  1. Yeah ! Nice way to demonstrate that reaching a younger audience is top priority ! I hope it was a huge success !

  2. Youssef Sabeg responded on 25 January 2017 at 5:59pm Reply

    Thank you for posting this one in particular. As if the man playing Anna Nicole's fashion designer was still amongst us. Still missed. Thank you again

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