Take the stage Tonight, new opera The Monstrous Child opens in the Linbury Theatre. This is the first opera in the Linbury, London's newest and most intimate venue. The Monstrous Child tells the story of Hel, the teenage daughter of Norse god Loki as she tries to find her place in the mythical world. To find out more and book tickets, follow the link in bio. #ROHmonstrous
A class act Come along to one of our regular dance classes in the spectacular Paul Hamlyn Hall. The workshops are led by a member of The Royal Ballet company and are a great way to learn a few steps and creatively explore the choreography. Find out more in the link in bio.
Monstrous mother Rosie Aldridge in rehearsal for The Monstrous Child, a new opera from Gavin Higgins and Francesca Simon. Rosie plays Angrboda, the mother of Hel, a teenager who is trying to find her place in the mythical world. The Monstrous Child opens in the Linbury Theatre on 21 February. #ROHmonstrous
Dance of a lifetime Last night, @acampbell_1 and @akanetakane performed in Don Quixote at the Royal Opera House, which was relayed live to 1139 cinemas in 26 countries. If you missed last night’s performance, catch Encore screenings starting from this weekend. To find your nearest cinema, follow the link in bio. #ROHdonq
Pit of the action The amazing view from the main stage Orchestra Pit at the Royal Opera House. The Orchestra plays for nearly all performances given by The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet on the main stage and today it numbers over 100 players.
Screen stars This evening Carlos Acosta’s production of Don Quixote will be relayed live from the Royal Opera House in cinemas around the world. @acampbell_1 and @akanetakane will be performing as Basilio and Kitri - here they are in rehearsal. To find out where your nearest screening is, follow the link in bio. #ROHdonq
Never a tulle moment A sneak peek behind the scenes of the Royal Opera House costume department, where there are so many tutus that they have to be stored on special poles!
Give it a twirl Today we are hosting a Romeo and Juliet themed Family Sunday which will include a range of fun-packed activities including live performances, demonstrations and workshops. There will also be talks for all ages and a bespoke tour of the Royal Opera House led by one our friendly guides. Find out more about our Family Sundays through the link in bio.
Change of a dress Interested in having a peek behind-the-scenes at the Royal Opera House? We offer a series of tours which will take you backstage, around the historic auditorium and glitzy front of house areas. Find out more and book via the link in bio.