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Autumn Season 2013/14

Helpful links and information on booking for forthcoming performances.

By Lottie Butler (Former Assistant Content Producer (News and Social Media))

9 April 2013 at 2.25pm | 72 Comments

Booking dates

All the booking dates below open at 10am.

      • Premium 2 Friends: 30 May 2013
      • Premium 1 Friends: 31 May
      • Supporting Friends: 4 June
      • Friends of Covent Garden – Ballet: 11 June
      • Friends of Covent Garden – Opera: 12 June
      • Advance Booking Packages (Friends Booking): 7 June
      • Advance Booking Packages (General Booking): 2 July
      • General Booking: 9 July

View the Royal Opera House 2013-14 Autumn Season Seating Plan (PDF 1MB)

Use the links above to see a full list of events that can be booked on that particular day. This can be useful when adding a number of tickets from different productions to your basket.


To accompany the productions on-stage, Royal Opera House Restaurants are providing menus tailored specially for each production. Find out more on our Menu option and prices page.


Inside Wagner's Head
Dir: Simon Stokes
6 September - 28 September
Simon Callow turns his attention to the life and legacy of one of opera's most influential figures in a one-man show for Deloitte Ignite.

Dir: Andrei Serban
9 September – 10 March
Andrei Serban’s staging of Puccini’s final opera is a glorious pageant of rich colour, dance and drama.

Le nozze di Figaro
Dir: David McVicar
16 September – 15 May
Revolution is in the air in David McVicar’s production of Mozart’s glorious comedy.

Dir: Charles Edwards
23 September – 12 October
A daughter’s grief turns to bloody revenge in Charles Edwards’s production of Strauss’s most daring opera.

The Wasp Factory (Linbury Studio Theatre) NEW
Dir: Ben Frost
2 – 8 October
Opera with a sting in the tail: Iain Banks’s cult novel is transformed into gripping music theatre by electro-acoustic composer Ben Frost and librettist David Pountney.

Meet the Young Artists: Performance (Linbury Studio Theatre)
Jette Parker Young Artists
16 - 18 October
A full staging of Spanish Catalan composer Xavier Montsalvatge’s charming first opera, performed by the Jette Parker Young Artists and combined with a concert performance of Berio's Folk Songs.

Les Vêpres siciliennes NEW
Dir: Stefan Herheim
17 October – 11 November; Live in Cinemas 4 November
A great, neglected Verdi opera is brought to the Royal Opera House for the first time in an imaginative new staging by Stefan Herheim.

Greek / The Killing Flower
Dir: Michael McCarthy
21 – 26 October
Greek is a blazing and brilliant retelling of the Oedipus story by Mark-Anthony Turnage. The Killing Flower sees Music Theatre Wales present Salvatore Sciarrino’s bewitching opera, based on the true story of Renaissance madrigal master and murderer Carlo Gesualdo.

Dir: Keith Warner
31 October – 15 November
Keith Warner probes the psychological depths of Berg’s 20th-century operatic masterpiece.

Parsifal NEW
Dir: Stephen Langridge
30 November –  18 December; Live in cinemas 18 December
Wagner’s final, majestic opera returns to Covent Garden in an inventive new staging by director Stephen Langridge and designer Alison Chitty.

How the Whale Became (Linbury Studio Theatre) NEW
Julian Philips
10 December –  4 January
Ted Hughes’s magical stories provide inspiration for a new Royal Opera commission by Julian Philips and Edward Kemp.


Don Quixote NEW
30 September – 6 November; Live in cinemas 16 October
Carlos Acosta, Royal Ballet Principal Guest Artist and one of the finest dancers of his generation, presents a new production of this exuberant tale of friendship, love and loyalty.

Romeo and Juliet
19 October –  7 December
A tragic tale of star-crossed lovers: Kenneth MacMillan's poignant ballet is a 20th-century classic.

Chroma / David Dawson NEW / The Rite of Spring
9 –  23 November
One hundred years of visionary ballet: from Stravinsky’s 20th-century masterpiece to innovative choreography by Wayne McGregor and David Dawson.

New Petronio / Noces / Virtual Descent (National Dance Company of Wales, Linbury Studio Theatre) NEW
30 October –  1 November
The National Dance Company of Wales makes its first visit to the Linbury Studio Theatre with a mixed programme celebrating its 30th anniversary.

MacBeth (De Oscuro, Linbury Studio Theatre) NEW
12 –  13 November
Cardiff-based theatre company De Oscuro brings a radical reinvention of Shakespeare’s tragic tale to Covent Garden.

Pictures We Make (Company Chameleon, Linbury Studio Theatre) NEW
15 –  16 November
The London premiere of works by acclaimed choreographic duo Gemma Nixon and Jonathan Goddard, and Company Chameleon founders Anthony Missen and Kevin Edward Turner.

Repetition of Change / Tender Crazy Love / Ki / All Alight (Phoenix Dance Theatre, Linbury Studio Theatre) NEW
19 –  23 November
A boldly inventive new programme from leading contemporary dance company Phoenix Dance Theatre.

The Nutcracker
4 December – 16 January; Live in cinema 12 December
A young girl's enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this classic ballet, accompanied by Tchaikovsky's glittering score.

The Wind in the Willows
11 December - 1 February at The Duchess Theatre
The Duchess Theatre in the West End hosts choreographer and director Will Tuckett’s hugely popular and critically acclaimed Christmas production of Kenneth Grahame’s classic tale.

By Lottie Butler (Former Assistant Content Producer (News and Social Media))

9 April 2013 at 2.25pm

This article has been categorised Ballet, Opera and tagged 2013/14, Autumn Season, Ballet, booking announcement, booking days, opera, season, season announcement, Season guide

This article has 72 comments

  1. Geoff Earl responded on 16 April 2013 at 7:49pm Reply

    Wouldn't it be helpful if you gave the booking TIME as well as the date - then we could block out the time in our diaries

    And wouldn't it be helpful if there was a link to the details of the 2013-14 season on the front page which still has the Summer Season under 'New' season. Anyone would think the 2013-14 season is a secret.

  2. Guy Richardson responded on 19 April 2013 at 10:13am Reply

    As an irregular user of your website I have to say I find navigation extremely frustrating. Many pages relate to performances long gone. At the foot of the Home Page is the box which includes "Whats On". However, this does not include a link to the 2013/14 programme. There are links to pages telling us the 2012/13 has been announced - surely no use to anyone in April 2013!! Please do better.

  3. Carmen Murgel responded on 30 April 2013 at 8:43am Reply

    I came from Brazil to see Nehemiah Kish in La Bayadere and Alina Cojocaru, in Maierling. I became very disapoonted because both were replaced.

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 30 April 2013 at 11:25am

      Hi Carmen,

      Sorry you were disappointed with the cast changes. Unfortunately due to the live nature of the art form, sometimes changes are unavoidable.

      Digital Content Producer

  4. Kate responded on 30 April 2013 at 1:34pm Reply

    Hi - when are you going to have the season's seating plan with seat prices?

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 21 May 2013 at 4:02pm

      Hi Kate,

      Thanks for your comment. A seating plan with prices will be online soon.

      Digital Content Producer

  5. Hello

    Re Vespri Siciliennes: How is it that, this being a new production of an opera not seen for ages, that you do not include a Saturday performance as it starts at 6 pm... or even a matinee... This is very unhelpful to those of us who are working and have to leave work early or take a day's leave..Also there are some pensioners who do not like travelling at night and for whom a matinee would be very welcome. I am very disappointed. Kindly re think your schedules when you have early starts and productions of rarely performed operas.

    paula jenkins

  6. John Freer responded on 17 May 2013 at 10:15pm Reply

    Could you consider opening booking for Friends of Covent Garden on a Saturday and Sunday instead of midweek. Some of us have to work and cannot use the internet while there, by the time we get home in the evening often the seats we want to buy are long gone, especially for 'hot' productions. In order to be sure of seats for 'La Donna del Lago' I had to take a morning off work, not ideal.

  7. Peter Erdos responded on 3 June 2013 at 9:08am Reply

    Why can't I book my own choice of seats any more. I am directed to the "best available" which is not what I want. I am working on "Firefox" where I had this facility before, but now it seems to work on " internet explorer only!

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 3 June 2013 at 10:35am

      Hi Peter,

      Firefox will work but you'll need to ensure that you have the most up to date version. Details of which browsers and versions are supported are available at


      Digital Content Producer

    • Peter Erdos responded on 3 June 2013 at 11:04am

      Thank you Chris, I checked and I have the most up to date Firefox No. 21 .
      Still does not work, very annoying!!!!!

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 3 June 2013 at 12:58pm

      Hi Peter,
      Sorry to hear this - we'll look into the cause.


      Digital Content Producer

  8. Peter Erdos responded on 5 June 2013 at 9:38am Reply

    thanks. I would appreciate it if it could be sorted before the Friend's booking next week!

  9. Susan Kennedy responded on 8 June 2013 at 8:43am Reply

    Booking for the next Season starts on Tuesday! When are we going to get a revised casting for Ballet after the devastating news that Alina and Johan have left the Royal Ballet! How could this be allowed to happen? Last Wednesday's performance was the best ever. So very sad not to be seeing them at RB.

  10. Rosel Noske responded on 8 June 2013 at 7:49pm Reply

    cannot find the advance booking packages site.
    Why is it so complicated to find your way aroung the website.
    Will now try to book on 12. June and hope that I get a reasonable number when connecting. From experience the less expencive seats are gone by the time my number comes up

  11. p saunders responded on 10 June 2013 at 3:00pm Reply

    The RoH website has always been pretty hopeless.
    With the aadvent of (mainly)on line booking one would have expected the route to see which performances are on when & the steps to buy tickets would be supremely easy. in fact it is supremely difficult.

    one has to constantly go back and forth to a generic productions listing and then click all the way through to productions/production name/full list of performance dates/specific date/ section of theatre/seat. that is a long list & when one has to do it multiple times in order to check tickets for a particular performance it becomes a real pain.

    please please please update the site & make it more Intuitive. thank you.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 11 June 2013 at 7:21am

      Sorry to hear that you find the process difficult. To give us a sense of how you think the process could be improved, could you share a ticketing system that you find more intuitive? Such feedback is very useful to us.

      Best wishes


    • D Mitchell responded on 28 June 2013 at 7:04pm

      I totally agree with Mr Saunders comments having made the same complaint myself. His outline of the deficiencies of the existing system is very succint are it surprised me that Ellen needed to ask for an example of a better website.
      Fortunately, the answer is not far to seek.
      Try looking at ENO for a better system!
      Better still, Ellen, try booking a series of ROH operas yourself, starting from the link in the e-mail sent out to us announcing the opening of booking and browsing to find the performance with the best available seats for each opera. You might understand the level of frustration in what ought to be the primary purpose of the system.
      I do think the ability to pick your own seats at ENO and ROH is a great facility, just get it a bit slicker please.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 7 July 2013 at 7:26am

      Thanks for the feedback.


  12. Tom responded on 12 June 2013 at 10:21am Reply

    Re Peter's comment about Firefox - I have always used Firefox and always select my own seats. I used version 21 in that manner today. After going to a performance ensure the option "Select Your Own Tickets or Select Best Available" is how you want it, i.e. select your own tickets.

    My saved credit card was rejected which was odd but no problem as I had got my tickets in the basket by then.

  13. Caroline Rathbone responded on 12 June 2013 at 11:39am Reply

    Agree this is a terrible website for navigation. Am trying to book friends tickets for opera online, but cannot see any way to do it. Telephone constantly engaged.
    Not impressed.

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 12 June 2013 at 1:08pm

      Hi Caroline,

      Once logged in, if you head to our What's on section, you should be able to book.


      Digital Content Producer

    • D Barker responded on 16 July 2014 at 5:44pm

      I am doing the same trying to buy for a young person as well - hopefully to induce them to go again- but how when I can`t find where to book??
      Also can`t easily find seating plan. If you can link me I want to buy for Sat Oct 4th Marriage of Figaro- want to see seating plan.
      There are lots of good sites out there - the National is very clear and easy.
      Cut all the stuff about the productions or put elsewhere on site. Not the first thing we want to read.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 16 July 2014 at 9:08pm

      Hi there

      The reason that you can't see where to book is that this production was in the 2013/14 Season (October 2013). We have plans to make clearer on the page when a production was last shown but this work is pending.

      Here is the list of productions for Autumn Season 2014/15:
      What the young person might enjoy will depend on how old they are, but perhaps L'elisir d'amore?

      Best wishes


  14. Christina Howells responded on 13 June 2013 at 4:42pm Reply

    Please *please* have more matineés. Coming from a village near Oxford I find the evening performances almost impossible to attend. Most ROH operas have no matinées, and at best there may be one. The present set-up is extraordinarily London-centred. Why not a matinée on either Saturday or Sunday every weekend? The Bastille opera in Paris has lots of weekend matinées so it must be possible.

  15. Roy responded on 13 June 2013 at 11:13pm Reply

    I agree, please please try to have more matinees for those living outside London, dashing out to catch late trains is no fun. Matinees widen access to what you do

  16. Jane Colebrook responded on 23 June 2013 at 11:32pm Reply

    Programming must be a nightmare to include opera matinees as well I would imagine. Performers have to have a break as well, most theatres are closed on Sundays for that reason, as well as the `get ins` and `get outs` of a production. I love the opera and ballet, and sacrifice things to attend. This would not be possible if I did not factor in the cost of staying overnight in London. I do it at a very reasonable cost,
    otherwise I couldn`t go.

  17. JOHN HART responded on 25 June 2013 at 5:03pm Reply

    I am wondering why having managed to book just one rehearsal ticket I now cannot book more as the notice says I have reached my limit??

  18. Kirstie Phipps responded on 6 July 2013 at 10:35pm Reply

    Can't make out why all these people complaining above find your website difficult to navigate. I'm a fairly new "Friend" (less than a year) and have been booking lots of tickets for both ballet and opera. I find your website perfectly user-friendly and have no problems with it !

  19. Lucy A responded on 8 July 2013 at 10:22am Reply

    Is there any way to find out prices and which performances will have student amphitheatre tickets before booking opens? This is the first time I will be booking for a season at the ROH so am not quite sure what information I should already know!

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 9 July 2013 at 9:35am

      Hi Lucy,

      Tickets are £10 for students. Details are at
      Information about performances will be emailed to those registered, as well as posted via Twitter/Facebook.


      Digital Content Producer

  20. Delighted to see that Turandot, Parsifal & Sicilian Vespers are to be beamed to my local cinema, but why not Figaro? It is, after all, probably the most popular of the four.

  21. Lynn responded on 9 July 2013 at 8:30am Reply

    The Metropolitan Opera of New York website is very easy to book tickets and to consult. This is in response to Ellen West June 11, 2013. I also agree that the ROH website is frustrating.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 9 July 2013 at 8:42am

      Hi Lynn

      Thanks for the feedback. Could I check what aspect of the site you find frustrating?



  22. Lee responded on 9 July 2013 at 11:06am Reply

    Not the greatest booking experience today. Initially tried using Chrome and the ticket map, using multiple tabs to try and speed things up. Got a few errors about this ticket no longer being available (perfectly understandable, no complaint here), and also a lot of "Unknown errors" (the seats I chose when this happened disappeared from the ticket map as if they had been sold, though some are now mysteriously available once more). Eventually resorted to the "Select best available" route, where I found myself, in desperation, asking for a standing lower slips ticket for Don Quixote. The response:

    Of course, there are still plenty of such tickets available (at time of writing, the only one sold is the one I eventually bought).

    After failing to get a single ticket in my basket, I switched to Firefox and a single tab, and managed to book most of what I wanted (albeit not the seats I might have liked) without a further error. Rather frustrating.

  23. Mark Besley responded on 9 July 2013 at 11:57am Reply

    A while back there was some advertising about the Montreux Jazz Festival coming to the ROH. Artists such as Quincy Jones and Deep Purple suggested that concerts would take place in the last week of July. Considering nothing has been announced, can we assume that this isn't now taking place?

    • Lottie Butler (Former Assistant Content Producer (News and Social Media)) responded on 9 July 2013 at 12:02pm

      Dear Mark,

      Sadly, the collaboration between Montreux Jazz Festival and Royal Opera House is no longer going ahead. However, the Royal Opera House will be presenting the first London performances of Antony and The Johnsons: Swanlights which may be of interest to you. You can find out details here:

      All the best,


  24. Mamie Raguz responded on 9 July 2013 at 1:07pm Reply

    I would like to know when you will be announcing the final cast for Don Quijote. Thank you.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 9 July 2013 at 10:24pm

      Apologies for the delay, we will announce the casting as soon as we can.

      Best wishes


  25. Jennifer Martin responded on 9 July 2013 at 9:22pm Reply

    Have just VERY SLOWLY managed to book 3 standing tickets for the ballet. Had to do them individually as not standing together which didn't bother us. Booking form wouldn't accept 3 in one go. Had to navigate backwards and forwards . Not easy.

  26. Lynn Inglese responded on 10 July 2013 at 5:56am Reply

    I just got tickets for R&J in November. The last time I saw this version, it was with Rudy and Margot. Wonder if I'm getting old...Auntie Lynn in San Francisco. (BTW, the last time I was at the ROH, I ran in to any number of people from San Fran...)

  27. Peta responded on 10 July 2013 at 6:07am Reply

    Why can one not buy dvds etc from the shop? I have just looked at each entry of SHOP and cannot find a list from which one can choose to buy an opera or ballet. Why is not all you offer in the shop available for sale on the internet? Perhaps I am old and have missed something..............

  28. Stephen Diviani responded on 10 July 2013 at 9:02am Reply

    Well, I booked two tickets online for two operas and I must say it was very easy. Thank you.

  29. Stephen Diviani responded on 10 July 2013 at 11:49am Reply

    I must just observe that I agree with some other posts that accessing the booking pages from the home page could be a lot easier. Perhaps via a 'Booking Now' tab on the home page? In comparison with ENO's site yours is rather over-complicated. Once you are there, as I've said, it is pretty straightforward.

  30. Stuart Melling responded on 10 July 2013 at 12:27pm Reply

    Well, that was easy! Went on line at 10am on Tuesday and booked two Royal Opera tickets in under 5 minutes. The confirmation e-mails were sent through not long after. Best booking day I've ever had. Excellent news.

  31. Dr D.Mitchell responded on 10 July 2013 at 4:23pm Reply

    Something good has happened here since I last booked!
    I got my e-mail announcing the opening of booking for the autumn season and the link went straight to the autumn season productions, with opera + ballet nicely segregated and no clutter from other seasons, talks etc. I found I was easily able to check various performances to get the best seat availability and buy. Excellent.
    The only shortcoming I experienced was that there was no easy way of going back to the autumn listing I started from, in order to repeat the process for a different production. I had to use the page history built into my browser instead - which was fine once I realised 'continue shopping' sent you somewhere else. I'm not sure all your patrons would know this trick and it would be nice if you had an option to 'continue shopping for this season'.

  32. Ann responded on 13 July 2013 at 12:26pm Reply

    I have found that choosing the "month" calendar view option on the "Whats on" page is very useful if one is trying to see the spacing of different productions. Pages such as this and those for specific events or lists can be added to your favourites bar so that you can reach them quickly! This tip might be handy for those people who have posted problems with navigation on the site. Personally I would not quote the ENO site as an ideal example of structure...It is probably not possible to design a site that is perfect for everyone! . Perhaps it is up to us, the users, to explore a bit at non-busy times. Incidentally it does seem a pity that the excellent ROH collections site has almost disappeared from view unless you search for it.

  33. jean.smethurst responded on 20 July 2013 at 12:09pm Reply

    I wouldlike a seasting plan and program of ballet for autumn /winter

  34. Diane Cubey responded on 29 July 2013 at 4:45pm Reply

    I want to see what dancing matinées there are is there a way of searching?

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 2 August 2013 at 2:37pm

      Thanks for the query. The best way of spotting matinees at the moment is to look at the month view of our calendar, or to look down individual production pages:

      We will be reviewing our calendar and search functions in future, so it is interesting to hear that you would specifically look for matinees.

      Best wishes


  35. Dave Faulkner responded on 10 August 2013 at 12:55pm Reply

    A What's On list - one line per item for the next 12 months would be better - I don't want to scroll past items I have no interest in to find what I do want.
    Link from a list to the details is ideal.
    I'm sure there used to be an "at a glance" list such as this - I may even have previously suggested it.

  36. Ruth responded on 13 August 2013 at 5:01pm Reply

    Of course, this is my first look at the website... I came to see in which opera Anna Netrebko will sing. I am certain now that I have no chance of seeing her, but the information available for a green visitor is really unhelpful. I did not get as far as even trying to book, because I could not find whether she is really appearing in anything. I have come to opera late, to the season late, and feel unwelcome. Is this what the opera house wants to convey?? It feels as if you have to KNOW and to be an INSIDER before you even start - there are no explanations and no help for a new person like me. Very disappointing indeed.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 13 August 2013 at 5:58pm

      Hi Ruth

      Anna will be appearing in Faust next year: Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on 14 January.

      It is true that we currently don't make it easy to find operas by cast, but that will change ahead of the new season with the launch of 'people pages'. These will pull together all of the forthcoming performances by creating individual pages for singers, dancers, composers etc.

      Thanks for your feedback.


  37. Hello, I would like to know from which scene is the picture here on the page, underlined with autumn 13/14 and who are the actors?
    Thanks a lot!!

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 14 August 2013 at 10:24am

      Hi Karsten,

      That's our Season promo image and it features Carlos Acosta and Marianela Nuñez of The Royal Ballet.


      Digital Content Producer

  38. paul spaven responded on 15 September 2013 at 10:41am Reply

    my wife gave me a £85 membership certificate for ROH for my birthday in August. Lovely. I have just redeemed it this morning and found the navigation of the website dreadful. My email address was already registered from previous ticket purchases, but when I finally got into the site it was like juggling soot. All over the place. I was then asked for £3; I can only assume that the price of membership has gone up! Oh dear.... Happy Birthday me.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 16 September 2013 at 10:46am

      Hi Paul

      Sorry to hear that you found it confusing to navigate the website. What did you have trouble locating?

      Was the £3 you were asked for a suggested donation? Let me know and we can investigate what happened.

      Best wishes


  39. Carole Wilden responded on 21 September 2013 at 10:32am Reply

    I agree with other comments about the inappropriate time for booking Friends tickets. Surely it is common sense for you to realise that a majority of the population are at work at this time and should not be on line booking opera house tickets. A time out of normal working hours would be much more appropriate. As suggested a time during weekends seems more appropriate for most people.

    If it has to be during the week it would be much fairer to rotate the day of the week one has to do this. It appears to often be on a Tuesday - making myself available at this time causes me considerable expense and inconvenience.

  40. James responded on 3 October 2013 at 12:12am Reply

    I would find it really helpful if I were able to select best seats for a performance in a price band/area of the theatre for a production rather than a specific performance date. I can often be flexible with dates since I book so far in advance and am often keen to get the best seat positions and less concerned about the particular night I attend. Even better with ballet would be if I could do this but filter for a specific casting although I appreciate this starts making things a little more complex.

    It would also be helpful if I could receive notifications for booking dates other than the main ballet/opera dates (which I am emailed). Maybe the forthcoming app could include this sort of notification facility?


    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 5 October 2013 at 7:06pm

      Thanks for your feedback James.

      Best wishes


  41. Ashley Lindley responded on 4 October 2013 at 2:57pm Reply

    I found a posting about a Big Sing Friday coming up in November that sounds interesting, but I cannot tell if patrons paying to attend will be listening to professionals sing or if it is another singing competition. Could you clarify what the Big Sing Friday event is?

    Thank you.

    • Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media) responded on 4 October 2013 at 4:48pm

      Hi Ashley,

      We'll clarify the copy on the site, but it's a sing-along event with the audience and artists.

      Do join us!

      Content Producer

  42. Olivia responded on 10 March 2014 at 2:28am Reply

    Hi, I was wondering when you're going to release the new season information on what ballets are on in September 2014. I'm coming to the UK on holidays then and I have to see a ballet haha. It would be awesome if you could let me know and also how do I book seats from overseas? Thanks.

    • Ellen West (Head of Creative Studios and Digital Products) responded on 10 March 2014 at 6:28am

      Hi Olivia

      We'll be announcing the 2014/15 Season a little later in the spring, so don't panic! You can book tickets online when booking opens - just follow the prompts from the page for the production you would like to see.

      Best wishes


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