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Thank you for helping us to reach 100,000 YouTube subscribers!

12 December 2014

To mark the milestone, we've picked out some of our favourite Royal Opera House clips to date.

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to be live streamed for free on 18 December 2014

3 December 2014

A chance to see ZooNation’s sold-out Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland-inspired hip-hop theatre show, wherever you are in the world.


Watch: Members of the cast and creative team on L'elisir d'amore

26 November 2014

Backstage films from the live relay of L'elisir d'amore, including Bryn Terfel on why it may be the best opera ever written.

Watch: Our Favourite Kim Brandstrup Clips

27 October 2014

The works from this award-winning and versatile choreographer are astonishing for their psychological depth.

Watch: Highlights from World Ballet Day

10 October 2014

Another chance to watch Royal Ballet daily class in full, rehearsals, interviews and more.

Watch: Thaddeus Strassberger on I due Foscari

8 October 2014

The American director talks about working with Plácido Domingo and what an opera about a 15th-century Venetian doge can tell us about our own lives.

Brian Cox to present 'What makes the perfect song?' event at ROH

6 October 2014

Event to explore the relationship between physics and music.

World Ballet Day programme: What's in store during the day-long live-stream on 1 October 2014

24 September 2014

The Royal Ballet will join forces with four other world-class companies, offering glimpses into morning class and rehearsals, with exclusive interviews.

World Ballet Day challenge: Send us your pirouette videos

23 September 2014

Send us your attempts at a spin in an interesting location and you could be part of the online stream on 1 October 2014.

Dance performances from Deloitte Ignite to be live-streamed on 6 September 2014

22 August 2014

Programme includes extracts of The Firebird, The Dying Swan, Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, and a special commission from Turner Prize-winner Chris Ofili.

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