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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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The Seven Deadly Sins / Mahagonny Songspiel

Online only
Opera and music

Jette Parker Young Artist Isabelle Kettle directs a new production of these darkly satirical operas. Available via ROH Stream.

ROH Unmasked

1122 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.

Insights: The Sleeping Beauty in rehearsal (2016/17)

1115 May 2021
Online only
Ballet and dance

Get a glimpse into the rehearsal process for The Sleeping Beauty, followed by an extended extract from The Royal Ballet’s 2017 revival.

Insights: The Seven Deadly Sins / Mahagonny Songspiel

The cast and creative team of The Seven Deadly Sins / Mahagonny Songspiel provide a glimpse into the process of creating this new production. Broadcast via YouTube.

Symphonic Variations (2017)

Online only
Ballet and dance

Celebrate the pure beauty of movement through Ashton’s masterpiece. Available to watch via ROH Stream.

Fidelio (2020)

11 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.

Insights: Influence, challenge, and change: What next for women in the creative industries?

Five women in the creative industries discuss how they are creating positive change from challenge in a celebration of International Women’s Day. Broadcast via YouTube.

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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