Group Bookings

Whether your group is interested in new works, classic productions, backstage tours or want to enjoy a live opera or ballet performance, a visit to the Royal Opera House is an unforgettable experience. Our Group Sales department can help you get the most out of your visit with a range of benefits, services and discounts.

Benefits
  • Save on ten or more tickets booked for featured productions.
  • Priority booking so you can take advantage of the best seats at the best prices.
  • Book now, pay later* so you can make the necessary arrangements with your group.
  • Dedicated group bookers' phone number +44 (0)20 7304 4002.

Tickets for Spring group bookings will go on sale at 10am on 14 January 2020.

All Monday to Thursday performances are included.

Group discounts are available on all the seats in the stalls and the two largest price bands with a clear view at the back of the amphitheatre (excluding Tristan und Isolde).

All discounts are subject to availability.

The basic group discount is 10% but this increases to 15% if the seats are confirmed within one calendar month of making the booking.

How to book

We can offer great group rates for groups of 10 or more. Group tickets can be booked through our Group Sales Department by email at groupbookings@roh.org.uk or by telephone on +44 (0)20 7304 4002.

Getting here and coach access

There is a coach drop off and pick up point on Russell Street. Find out more about getting to the Royal Opera House.

*Only available for certain productions.

Mariusz Kwiecień as Marcello and Nicole Car as Mimì in La bohème, The Royal Opera ©2017 ROH. Photograph by Catherine Ashmore.
Mariusz Kwiecień as Marcello and Nicole Car as Mimì in La bohème, The Royal Opera ©2017 ROH. Photograph by Catherine Ashmore.

10 January–27 May 2020

Main Stage

Puccini’s music and Richard Jones’s production capture the joy and heartache of young love in Paris. Find out more about La bohème.

Jenüfa
Jenufa © Alicja Brodowicz / Millennium Images, UK
Jenufa © Alicja Brodowicz / Millennium Images, UK

24 March–9 April 2020

Main Stage

Claus Guth's staging of Janácek's opera explores the lives of two courageous women struggling for fulfilment in a small rural community, with Karita Mattila and rising star Asmik Grigorian. Find out more about Jenüfa.

Live Fire Exercise / Prodigal Son / Corybantic Games

2–20 April 2020

Live Fire Exercise Group bookings page
Live Fire Exercise Group bookings page

Main Stage

A contemporary programme of works by Wayne McGregor, Christopher Wheeldon and George Balanchine, with music by Michael Tippett, Leonard Bernstein and Sergey Prokofiev. Find out more about Live Fire Exercise / Prodigal Son / Corybantic Games.

Cavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci
Elena Zilio as Mama Lucia in Cavalleria rusticana © 2015 ROH. Photograph by Catherine Ashmore
Elena Zilio as Mama Lucia in Cavalleria rusticana © 2015 ROH. Photograph by Catherine Ashmore

11 April–2 May 2020

Main Stage

Damiano Michieletto’s Olivier Award-winning production of Mascagni and Leoncavallo’s one-act operas is a thrilling, cinematic experience. Find out more about Cavalleria rusticana / Pagliacci.

Tristan und Isolde
Nina Stemme in Tristan und Isolde, The Royal Opera © ROH/Bill Cooper, 2009
Nina Stemme in Tristan und Isolde, The Royal Opera © ROH/Bill Cooper, 2009

27 April–11 May 2020

Main Stage

Christof Loy brings intense insight to Wagner’s story of illicit love, told through music of thrilling power. Find out more about Tristan und Isolde.

The Dante Project
The Dante Project © Courtesy Tacita Dean, 2019
The Dante Project © Courtesy Tacita Dean, 2019

6 May–1 June 2020

Main Stage

Wayne McGregor collaborates with an award-winning team – contemporary composer Thomas Adès, artist Tacita Dean, lighting designer Lucy Carter and dramaturg Uzma Hameed – to bring us closer to Dante's vision. Find out more about The Dante Project.

Elektra
Elektra © ROH/Catherine Ashmore, 2009
Elektra © ROH/Catherine Ashmore, 2009

29 May–18 June 2020

Main Stage

Strauss’s thrilling and audacious adaptation of Greek tragedy receives a new staging by the award-winning director Christof Loy with Nina Stemme in the title role. Find out more about Elektra.