22 December 2015 at 2.10pm | 8 Comments
Immerse yourself in the extraordinary world of The Royal Ballet with a 360-degree experience following Aud Jebsen Young Dancer Julia Roscoe as she prepares for her debut as a snowflake in The Nutcracker.
'I've been dancing all my life basically,' says Julia, who joined the Company earlier this Season. 'This stage at the Royal Opera House in the heart of London's Covent Garden is my office.'
Explore the Royal Opera House like never before with a 360 degree view of morning class, rehearsals and The Nutcracker on stage.
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The Nutcracker runs from 23 November 2016 –12 January 2017. Tickets are still available.
The production is supported is given with generous philanthropic support from Hans and Julia Rausing, Peter Lloyd and the Friends of Covent Garden.