Equality and diversity are intrinsic to the artistic vision of the Royal Opera House and essential for the future of our art forms. You can find out what we look for in prospective employees by reading our selection process documentation and our recruitment privacy statement.
We are passionate about inspiring people to choose careers in the arts sector, particularly in the back-stage areas that they may not have previously considered. Find out about how you can begin a career in theatre and the arts.
Company of Cooks, the external contractor that run our restaurants and bars, offer a variety of opportunities for those looking for roles in the catering and hospitality sector. If you are interested in joining our events, bars, restaurants or kitchen teams please email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All positions pay the London Living Wage as a minimum.
The Royal Opera House Benevolent Fund is an independent charity that supports current and retired staff of the Royal Opera House and the Birmingham Royal Ballet, including long-term staff of our partner contractors. They also assist other individuals or organisations involved in producing opera, ballet or music.