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We are delighted to be re-opening our doors on 17 May. You can find details of our Spring/Summer programme here. In the meantime, please enjoy our wide range of Friday Premiere online streams, bringing the best of our house to your house.

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La clemenza di Tito

1923 May 2021
Main Stage
Opera and music

Mozart’s opera returns to the repertory for the first time since 2002 in a new production by Richard Jones.

Current, Rising

21 May10 June 2021
Linbury Theatre
Opera and music

Experience the world's first hyper reality opera.

ROH Unmasked

1822 May 2021
Online only
Opera and music

Rarely seen spaces of the Royal Opera House come to the foreground in this reflective and triumphant film. Available to watch via ROH Stream.

Beauty Mixed Programme

26 June11 July 2021
Main Stage
Ballet and dance

Celebrate 90 years of The Royal Ballet with a varied programme of classics and new work, including The Sleeping Beauty Act III.

Insights: Meet the Young Dancers

18 May5 June 2021
Online only
Ballet and dance

Join us for a celebration of the young talent in The Royal Ballet. Available to watch via ROH Stream.

La bohème

19 June6 July 2021
Main Stage
Opera and music

Puccini's opera of passion, friendship and heartbreak – one of the best-loved operas worldwide.

Spring Draft Works

18 May12 June 2021
Online only
Ballet and dance

Discover the young choreographic talent of The Royal Ballet in a fresh exploration of dance today. Watch via ROH Stream.

Fidelio (2020)

18 May25 July 2021
Television broadcast
Opera and music

Antonio Pappano introduces a new production of Beethoven's only opera, Fidelio, a story of risk and triumph against a backdrop of revolution. Broadcast on BBC Four.

Kind regards

Online only
Opera and music

This darkly comic piece to camera follows the narrator as she grapples with an email to a male colleague questioning his actions. Broadcast via Facebook.

I am not yours – Mother Nature

Online only
Opera and music

This original piece explores the exploitative relationship between humankind and mother nature, told through the narrative of women's objectification. Broadcast via Facebook.


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