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Why we’ve launched our new Season Appeal for 2014/15

Take a look behind the scenes as we prepare for the start of the Season.

By Alex Beard (Chief Executive)

8 May 2014 at 3.39pm | 2 Comments

We have just announced the 2014/15 Season for The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet. With eleven new productions and some much-loved revivals, there’s plenty to look forward to at the Royal Opera House.

Before the curtain goes up in September, there is a huge amount of work to be done behind the scenes. Over the coming weeks, we will introduce you to five Royal Opera House staff: Cheryl in the Opera Shoe Room, Robin in the Music Library, Jay in Costume, Ken in Surtitles and Alexandra from our Learning and Participation team. Along with their colleagues, they will spend the summer preparing for the new Season ahead.

Our annual Season Appeal supports these essential behind-the-scenes tasks, from polishing the Chorus members’ shoes to creating places on the Write an Opera course for teachers. As a charity, we rely on donations from supporters, ticket sales and funding from Arts Council England to produce world-class opera and ballet and learning and participation projects for children, families and adults of all ages. Find out more about why we run fundraising appeals.

Everybody has a part to play. Play yours today.

By Alex Beard (Chief Executive)

8 May 2014 at 3.39pm

This article has been categorised Off stage and tagged fundraising, Season appeal, supporting

This article has 2 comments

  1. Mr dean jones responded on 13 May 2014 at 1:38am Reply

    Is there any behind the scenes tours I can buy into

    • Chris Shipman (Content Producer (Social Media and News)) responded on 13 May 2014 at 10:19am

      Hi Dean,

      Yes, we have tours available of Covent Garden and our Scenic workshop in Thurrock. You can see details of both of these at http://www.roh.org.uk/visit/tours

      Thanks,

      Chris
      ROH Content Producer

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