9 April 2013 at 2.59pm | 30 Comments
All the booking dates below open at 10am.
- Premium 2 Friends: 10 September 2013
- Premium 1 Friends: 11 September
- Supporting Friends: 12 September
- Friends of Covent Garden – Ballet: 24 September
- Friends of Covent Garden – Opera: 25 September
- Advance Booking Packages (Friends Booking): 17 September
- Advance Booking Packages (General Booking): 15 October
- General Booking: 22 October
View the Royal Opera House 2013-14 Winter Season Seating Plan (PDF 1 MB)
Use the links above to see a full list of events that can be booked on that particular day. This can be useful when adding a number of tickets from different productions to your basket.
Le nozze di Figaro
Dir: David McVicar
16 September – 15 May
Revolution is in the air in David McVicar’s production of Mozart’s glorious comedy.
Dir: Francesca Zambello
16 December – 9 January
Spanish heat and gypsy passion are brought to the stage in Francesca Zambello’s vivid production of Bizet's opera.
Dir: Laurent Pelly
14 January – 4 February
A young girl longing for love is corrupted by wealth and luxury in Massenet’s classic opera, directed by Laurent Pelly.
Don Giovanni NEW
Dir: Kasper Holten
1 – 24 February; Live in cinemas 12 February
Director of Opera Kasper Holten presents a new production of Mozart’s sublime tragicomedy.
La Fille du régiment
Dir: Laurent Pelly
3 – 18 March
Donizetti's entertaining opera marches onto the stage in Laurent Pelly's production. Irrepressible humour and catchy melodies make for a delightful evening.
King Priam (Linbury Studio Theatre)
Dir: James Conway
13 - 22 February
Michael Tippett’s magnificent King Priam is brought to the ROH in one of English Touring Opera’s most ambitious productions to date.
Paul Bunyan (Linbury Studio Theatre)
Dir: Liam Steel
17 - 21 February
The English Touring Opera also present Benjamin Britten’s brilliantly inventive Paul Bunyan, which draws on an American folktale about a lumberjack giant.
Dir: Andrei Serban
9 September – 10 March
Andrei Serban’s staging of Puccini’s final opera is a glorious pageant of rich colour, dance and drama.
4 December – 16 January; Live in cinema 12 December
A young girl's enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this classic ballet, accompanied by Tchaikovsky's glittering score.
The Wind in the Willows
11 December - 1 February at The Duchess Theatre
The Duchess Theatre in the West End hosts choreographer and director Will Tuckett’s hugely popular and critically acclaimed Christmas production of Kenneth Grahame’s classic tale.
17 December – 7 January
George Balanchine’s evocation of the sparkle of emeralds, rubies and diamonds is a ballet gem in its own right.
London International Mime Festival (Linbury Studio Theatre)
9 – 11 January; 30 – 31 January
The annual celebration of visual theatre returns, with spectacular, cutting-edge and inspiring performances.
Hansel and Gretel (Linbury Studio Theatre)
Artist-in-Residence Liam Scarlett’s first full-length work for The Royal Ballet – a dark, adult take on a classic fairytale.
18 January – 10 February; Live in cinema 27 January
The greatest of all Romantic ballets – Marius Petipa’s classic work is a dramatic story of betrayal, supernatural spirits and love that transcends death.
Rhapsody / The Art of Fugue / Gloria
7 – 15 February
A celebration of three defining choreographers of The Royal Ballet: Frederick Ashton, Kenneth MacMillan and Wayne McGregor.
Ballet Black (Ballet Black, Linbury Studio Theatre)
26 February – 4 March
Cassa Pancho’s company of black and Asian classically trained dancers returns to the Linbury Studio Theatre with a dynamic new programme.
Young British Dancer of the Year Final 2014 (Linbury Studio Theatre)
A celebration of the best of British emerging dance talent – 16 finalists vie for the hotly contested award.
To accompany the productions on-stage, Royal Opera House Restaurants are providing menus tailored specially for each production. Find out more closer to the time in our Restaurants and Bars section.