Royal Opera House Bridge
What we do
Royal Opera House Bridge works to connect children and young people with great art and culture.
Through research, advocacy and co-investment we nurture networks, share learning and foster innovation within the education, arts and culture sector – particularly in communities where there is limited local provision or experience. ROH Bridge is funded by Arts Council England and is part of a national network of ten ‘bridge’ organisations.
Based at High House Production Park in Thurrock, we work with schools, arts organisations, museums, libraries, heritage sites, and councils across Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and North Kent.
In light of the current Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic we would like to reach out to all of our educational and cultural partners to acknowledge this time of uncertainty. We would like to reiterate that we are still here and will be here for the foreseeable future, ensuring we continue to support your work wherever possible.
We are taking a personalised and flexible approach.
Let's keep in touch via virtual chats, our newsletters, social media pages and direct phone contact from our team. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Bridge@roh.org.uk
Register for our latest briefing sessions, training programmes, Artsmark development days and events.
Artsmark award helps schools to deliver and demonstrate a high quality arts and cultural education.
Arts Award is the qualification for young people aged up to 25 that inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents.
Funding and Investment
From connecting partners to supporting innovation and building resilience we can help.