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The Winter's Tale

28 May - 1 June 2024

Shakespeare’s profound story of love and loss, artfully adapted into a contemporary three-act narrative ballet by Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon, returns to the Main Stage.

A tree standing in the middle of the stage with two dancers performing in The Winter's Tale.
A dancer waves an orange scarf overhead in a performance of The Dream / Short Works / Rhapsody. 
Les Rendezvous / The Dream / Rhapsody
An ensemble cast dressed in their evening best and masquerade masks celebrate around a long table under bright lights that say 'Cosi Fan Tutte' onstage at the Royal Opera House.
Tosca
A group of male dancers on stage wearing blue outfits, with one arm in the air
The cast of Andrea Chénier performing onstage at the Royal Opera House.
Carmen
L’Olimpiade 
A tree standing in the middle of the stage with two dancers performing in The Winter's Tale.
A dancer waves an orange scarf overhead in a performance of The Dream / Short Works / Rhapsody. 
Les Rendezvous / The Dream / Rhapsody
An ensemble cast dressed in their evening best and masquerade masks celebrate around a long table under bright lights that say 'Cosi Fan Tutte' onstage at the Royal Opera House.
Tosca
A group of male dancers on stage wearing blue outfits, with one arm in the air
The cast of Andrea Chénier performing onstage at the Royal Opera House.
Carmen
L’Olimpiade 
A tree standing in the middle of the stage with two dancers performing in The Winter's Tale.
A dancer waves an orange scarf overhead in a performance of The Dream / Short Works / Rhapsody. 
Les Rendezvous / The Dream / Rhapsody
An ensemble cast dressed in their evening best and masquerade masks celebrate around a long table under bright lights that say 'Cosi Fan Tutte' onstage at the Royal Opera House.
Tosca
A group of male dancers on stage wearing blue outfits, with one arm in the air
The cast of Andrea Chénier performing onstage at the Royal Opera House.
Carmen
L’Olimpiade 
Opera singer Pretty Yende is photographed as Semele, a character in the opera of the same name. Semele gazes up at an unseen person who casts a looming shadow over her.

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