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Yasmine Naghdi as Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty, The Royal Ballet © 2017 ROH. Photograph by Bill Cooper
Yasmine Naghdi as Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty, The Royal Ballet © 2017 ROH. Photograph by Bill Cooper

Your Reaction: What did you think of The Royal Ballet's The Sleeping Beauty 2019/20?

Audience and press reviews of the Company's fairytale classic.

By Chris Shipman (Head of Brand Engagement and Social Media)
Friday 8 November 2019, 10.35am
Yasmine Naghdi as Princess Aurora and Christina Arestis as The Queen in The Sleeping Beauty, The Royal Ballet © 2017 ROH. Photograph by Bill Cooper
Yasmine Naghdi as Princess Aurora and Christina Arestis as The Queen in The Sleeping Beauty, The Royal Ballet © 2017 ROH. Photograph by Bill Cooper

Press reviews:

The Stage ★★★★★

Classical Source ★★★★★

Bachtrack ★★★★★

Broadway World ★★★★

The Guardian ★★★★

Independent (positive review)

What did you think of The Sleeping Beauty? Let us know by commenting below, or by using #ROHbeauty

The Sleeping Beauty runs until 16 January 2020. Tickets are still available.

The performance on 16 January will be relayed live to cinemas around the world. Find your nearest cinema and sign up to our mailing list.

The production is sponsored by Van Cleef & Arpels and is staged with generous philanthropic support from Julia and Hans Rausing, Sir Lloyd and Lady Dorfman, Kenneth and Susan Green, Melinda and Donald Quintin, Rena and Sandro Lavery and The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund. The original production (2006) was made possible by The Linbury Trust, Simon and Virginia Robertson and Marina Hobson OBE.