Dangerous desires, family secrets and political intrigues twist through every moment of daring choreography in Kenneth MacMillan's ballet inspired by true events.
Verdi's opera explores long-held secrets, treachery and the father-daughter relationship, in the majestic setting of Renaissance Genoa.
Two contrasting ballets from Wayne McGregor and George Balanchine return with a world premiere by Alastair Marriott.
Bizet's greatest opera tells the story of the enigmatic and seductive Carmen and the dangerous passion she arouses in Don José.
A Christmas treat for the whole family and a classic with a special place in the hearts of ballet fans around the world.
World-renowned ballerina Alessandra Ferri performs an innovative programme with Herman Cornejo and pianist Bruce Levingston exploring the connection between music and dance.
In this new opera by composer Gavin Higgins and best-selling author Francesca Simon, the teenage daughter of Norse god Loki tries to find her place in the mythical world.
Dutch ballet company Introdans performs a programme of neoclassical dance works from its award-winning repertory.
Join us this November for a festival of making, doing and experiencing. Everyone is welcome.
All ages and abilities are welcome to join in and sing in an opera chorus.
After two seasons at St Clement Danes in the Strand during Open Up, Meet the Young Artists Week returns to the Royal Opera House with performances in the Crush Room and one recital at St Clement Danes.
Experience an exciting programme of music in the opulent setting of the historic Royal Opera House Crush Room.
Explore the worlds of opera and ballet through books, with talks from authors, broadcasters, publishers and artists.
Drop by for free lunchtime performances, featuring Royal Opera House artists and guest artists.
Learn and dance steps inspired by ballets performed at the Royal Opera House.
Get making and try your hand at some of the techniques used to bring ballet and opera productions to life.
Live music, dancers and actors lead you deep into the dark and delightful world of opera and ballet, where nothing is quite as it seems.