NHS Performance at the Royal Opera House ©2021 ROH. Photograph by Lara Cappelli
NHS Performance at the Royal Opera House ©2021 ROH. Photograph by Lara Cappelli

Young ROH

Aged 16 to 25? Get £25 tickets, exclusive events and more when you sign up for a free Young ROH account.

From the mystical land of The Magic Flute, to a journey through the underworld in The Dante Project, enjoy this Season’s performances for just £25.

Create your Young ROH account

Fill in the registration details to create your new account.

You will need to sign out and then sign back in again to book your Young ROH £25 tickets.

Young ROH replaces our Student scheme. If you were part of our Student scheme and you are aged 16 to 25 you will automatically be given Young ROH membership.

Dates and performances

There are 200 Young ROH tickets available for every Main Stage performance on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

The following dates and productions are not included in the Young ROH offer:

  • The Nutcracker (full run)
  • The Dante Project (performance on 14 October 2021)
  • Like Water for Chocolate (performance on 1 June 2022)
Bring a friend

You can book tickets for you and up to one other person aged 16 to 25.

Recommend Young ROH to a friend aged 16 to 25 and they will also receive exclusive discounts.

Ticket limits

Young ROH members can book up to two tickets per performance. We reserve the right to cancel or refund any ticket purchases over and above this limit.

Seat locations

Seats are available throughout the Main Stage auditorium, subject to availability.

Proof of age and ID checks

We might check your ID on the door to make sure you are aged 16 to 25.

We accept the following proof of ID:

  • Passport
  • Photo driving licence
  • Proof of age card (such as the PASS card from the national Proof of Age Standards Scheme).

If you are aged over 25, our weekly Friday Rush sale is a great way to get last-minute tickets. The tickets are available at a range of prices – even for sold-out productions.

Young ROH is generously made possible by the Bunting Family and Sir Simon Robey.