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The Royal Opera House is one of the world’s most beautiful and prestigious opera houses. It has been home to many of the greatest operas and ballets were ever written, including Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Verdi’s Rigoletto.

The Royal Opera House boasts a seating capacity of up to 3,200 people for ballet and opera performances, so, unsurprisingly, it can be challenging to get tickets. That is why we have made it our mission to make it easier for you to see these incredible productions by providing an easy way to purchase tickets without hassle or stress.

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Steven McRae as The Prince and Sarah Lamb as The Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet © 2017 ROH. Photographed by Karolina Kuras

 

THE NUTCRACKER

22 DECEMBER 2022–14 JANUARY 2023
The performance at 12.30 pm Christmas Eve, 24 December 2022, has been cancelled due to last-minute changes to train timetables announced today, which negatively impacts staff availability. Ticket buyers have been contacted.

 

THE MAGIC FLUTE

28 DECEMBER 2022–28 JANUARY 2023
A spectacular Queen of the Night, a chattering bird-man, and a quest for love and enlightenment.
Main Stage Auditorium, Royal Opera House

 

FRIENDS REHEARSALS

14 JANUARY–30 MAY 2023
Friends of Covent Garden have the opportunity to purchase tickets to open rehearsals.

 

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY

16 JANUARY–6 JUNE 2023
Magic and fairytale characters are brought to life through ballet – a family favourite.

 

TANNHĂ„USER

29 JANUARY–16 FEBRUARY 2023
Tim Albery’s playfully theatrical production follows the disenchanted knight, Tannhäuser, as he embarks on a quest for redemption and love.
José Fardilha as Don Bartolo, Ferruccio Furlanetto as Don Basilio, Vito Priante as Figaro, Daniela Mack as Rosina and Javier Camarena as Count Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia, The Royal Opera © 2016 ROH. Photograph by Mark Douet

 

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE

2 FEBRUARY–6 MARCH 2023
With vocal fireworks, scheming lovers and one very busy barber, Rossini’s comic opera is packed with fun and mischief.

 

RUSALKA

21 FEBRUARY–7 MARCH 2023
This poetic, contemporary new staging of Dvořák’s lyric fairy tale reveals our uneasy relationship with the natural world and humanity’s attempts to own and tame it.

 

WOOLF WORKS

1–23 MARCH 2023
Wayne McGregor’s award-winning ballet triptych is inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf, with an original score by Max Richter.

 

TURANDOT

10 MARCH–13 APRIL 2023
Puccini’s final opera is a glorious pageant of rich colour, dance and drama in Andrei Serban’s classic staging.

 

CINDERELLA

27 MARCH–3 MAY 2023
A new production of the much-loved Royal Ballet fairytale classic.
Kaija Saariaho ©Priska Ketterer

 

INNOCENCE

17 APRIL–4 MAY 2023
Kaija Saariaho’s shattering new opera makes its long-awaited UK debut, directed by Simon Stone.
Ballet dancer ©2015 ROH. Photograph by Andrej Uspenski

 

THE ROYAL BALLET CLASS ON STAGE

21 APRIL 2023
Get a glimpse into the daily life of the dancers of The Royal Ballet as they take a class on the main stage.
Aida ©2020 ROH. Photograph by Gavin Smart

 

AIDA

5 MAY–1 JUNE 2023
Love and duty collide, and nations clash in Verdi’s political drama, starring Francesco Meli, SeokJong Baek and Angel Blue and conducted by Mark Elder.
The Royal Opera House Season Launch 2022/23

 

WOZZECK

19 MAY–7 JUNE 2023
Award-winning director Deborah Warner creates a vivid new staging of Berg’s opera, starring Christian Gerhaher and conducted by Antonio Pappano.

 

IL TROVATORE

2 JUNE–2 JULY 2023
A devastating curse rises from the ashes in Verdi’s monumental tale of superstition and rivalry.
© Carmen Herrera; Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photography by Ken Adlard.

Carmen Herrera
Blanco y Verde, 1962
Acrylic on Canvas
152.4 x 182.9 cm
60 x 72 in
(HERR620001)

 

NEW WAYNE MCGREGOR / CORYBANTIC GAMES / ANASTASIA ACT III

9–17 JUNE 2023
The Royal Ballet presents British-made works, old and new, from Kenneth MacMillan, Christopher Wheeldon and Wayne McGregor.

 

WERTHER

20 JUNE–4 JULY 2023
Antonio Pappano conducts Massenet’s opera of grand passion and devastating tragedy.
Kristin Lewis and Bryan Hymel in Don Carlo ©2017 ROH. Photographed by Catherine Ashmore

 

DON CARLO

30 JUNE–15 JULY 2023
Nicholas Hytner’s production of Verdi’s epic historical opera evokes the passion, violence and religious repression of Renaissance Spain.

 

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

8–22 JULY 2023
Director David McVicar brings out the revolutionary elements in Mozart’s great comic opera of intrigue, misunderstanding and forgiveness.

 

LA TRAVIATA

10–23 JULY 2023
Richard Eyre’s beautiful production tells the heartbreaking story of Violetta, a courtesan who sacrifices all for love.
Upper School students in Elite Syncopations by Kenneth MacMillan in the 2021 Summer Performances at the Royal Opera House ©Tristram Kenton

THE ROYAL BALLET SCHOOL SUMMER PERFORMANCE

16 JULY 2023
Dancers of The Royal Ballet School display their wealth of talent and the remarkable skills and artistry they are honing as they train at one of the world’s greatest ballet schools.
Blaise Malaba, Egor Zhuravskii, Filipe Manu, Kseniia Nikolaieva, Dominic Sedgwick, Stephanie Wake-Edwards and Thomasin Gulgec in Mahagonny Songspiel ©2021 ROH. Photograph by Ellie Kurttz

 

JETTE PARKER ARTIST’S SUMMER PERFORMANCE

22 JULY 2023
The 2022/23 Jette Parker Artists perform an uplifting array of opera excerpts on the main stage, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.

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Steven McRae as The Prince and Sarah Lamb as The Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet © 2017 ROH. Photographed by Karolina Kuras
  • MAIN STAGE
  • BALLET AND DANCE

THE NUTCRACKER

22 DECEMBER 2022–14 JANUARY 2023
The performance at 12.30pm Christmas Eve, 24 December 2022 has been cancelled due to last-minute changes to train timetables announced today which negatively impacts the availability of staff. Ticket buyers have been contacted.
See datesMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

THE MAGIC FLUTE

28 DECEMBER 2022–28 JANUARY 2023
A spectacular Queen of the Night, a chattering bird-man, and a quest for love and enlightenment.
See datesMore info
Main Stage Auditorium, Royal Opera House
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC
  • BALLET AND DANCE

FRIENDS REHEARSALS

14 JANUARY–30 MAY 2023
Friends of Covent Garden have the opportunity to purchase tickets to open rehearsals.
See datesMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • BALLET AND DANCE

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY

16 JANUARY–6 JUNE 2023
Magic and fairytale characters are brought to life through ballet – a family favourite.
Buy ticketsMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

TANNHĂ„USER

29 JANUARY–16 FEBRUARY 2023
Tim Albery’s playfully theatrical production follows the disenchanted knight, Tannhäuser as he embarks on a quest for redemption and love.
Buy ticketsMore info
José Fardilha as Don Bartolo, Ferruccio Furlanetto as Don Basilio, Vito Priante as Figaro, Daniela Mack as Rosina and Javier Camarena as Count Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia, The Royal Opera © 2016 ROH. Photograph by Mark Douet
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE

2 FEBRUARY–6 MARCH 2023
With vocal fireworks, scheming lovers and one very busy barber, Rossini’s comic opera is packed with fun and mischief.
Buy ticketsMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

RUSALKA

21 FEBRUARY–7 MARCH 2023
This poetic, contemporary new staging of Dvořák’s lyric fairy tale reveals our uneasy relationship with the natural world and humanity’s attempts to own and tame it.
Buy ticketsMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • BALLET AND DANCE

WOOLF WORKS

1–23 MARCH 2023
Wayne McGregor’s award-winning ballet triptych is inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf, with an original score by Max Richter.
Buy ticketsMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

TURANDOT

10 MARCH–13 APRIL 2023
Puccini’s final opera is a glorious pageant of rich colour, dance and drama in Andrei Serban’s classic staging.
Buy ticketsMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • BALLET AND DANCE

CINDERELLA

27 MARCH–3 MAY 2023
A new production of the much-loved Royal Ballet fairytale classic.
General booking opens on25 January 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
Kaija Saariaho ©Priska Ketterer
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

INNOCENCE

17 APRIL–4 MAY 2023
Kaija Saariaho’s shattering new opera makes its long-awaited UK debut, directed by Simon Stone.
General booking opens on25 January 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
Ballet dancer ©2015 ROH. Photograph by Andrej Uspenski
  • MAIN STAGE
  • BALLET AND DANCE

THE ROYAL BALLET CLASS ON STAGE

21 APRIL 2023
Get a glimpse into the daily life of the dancers of The Royal Ballet as they take class on the main stage.
Buy ticketsMore info
Aida ©2020 ROH. Photograph by Gavin Smart
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

AIDA

5 MAY–1 JUNE 2023
Love and duty collide and nations clash in Verdi’s political drama, starring Francesco Meli, SeokJong Baek and Angel Blue and conducted by Mark Elder.
Buy ticketsMore info
The Royal Opera House Season Launch 2022/23
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

WOZZECK

19 MAY–7 JUNE 2023
Award-winning director Deborah Warner creates a vivid new staging of Berg’s opera, starring Christian Gerhaher and conducted by Antonio Pappano.
General booking opens on25 January 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

IL TROVATORE

2 JUNE–2 JULY 2023
A devastating curse rises from the ashes in Verdi’s monumental tale of superstition and rivalry.
General booking opens on25 January 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
© Carmen Herrera; Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photography by Ken Adlard. Carmen Herrera Blanco y Verde, 1962 Acrylic on Canvas 152.4 x 182.9 cm 60 x 72 in (HERR620001)
  • MAIN STAGE
  • BALLET AND DANCE

NEW WAYNE MCGREGOR / CORYBANTIC GAMES / ANASTASIA ACT III

9–17 JUNE 2023
The Royal Ballet presents British-made works old and new, from Kenneth MacMillan, Christopher Wheeldon and Wayne McGregor.
General booking opens on13 April 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

WERTHER

20 JUNE–4 JULY 2023
Antonio Pappano conducts Massenet’s opera of grand passion and devastating tragedy.
General booking opens on13 April 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
Kristin Lewis and Bryan Hymel in Don Carlo ©2017 ROH. Photographed by Catherine Ashmore
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

DON CARLO

30 JUNE–15 JULY 2023
Nicholas Hytner’s production of Verdi’s epic historical opera evokes the passion, violence and religious repression of Renaissance Spain.
General booking opens on13 April 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO

8–22 JULY 2023
Director David McVicar brings out the revolutionary elements in Mozart’s great comic opera of intrigue, misunderstanding and forgiveness.
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

LA TRAVIATA

10–23 JULY 2023
Richard Eyre’s beautiful production tells the heart-breaking story of Violetta, a courtesan who sacrifices all for love.
General booking opens on13 April 2023

Remind me

See datesMore info
Upper School students in Elite Syncopations by Kenneth MacMillan in the 2021 Summer Performances at the Royal Opera House ©Tristram Kenton
  • MAIN STAGE
  • BALLET AND DANCE

THE ROYAL BALLET SCHOOL SUMMER PERFORMANCE

16 JULY 2023
Dancers of The Royal Ballet School display their wealth of talent, and the remarkable skills and artistry they are honing as they train at one of the world’s greatest ballet schools.
General booking opens on13 April 2023

Remind me

More info
Blaise Malaba, Egor Zhuravskii, Filipe Manu, Kseniia Nikolaieva, Dominic Sedgwick, Stephanie Wake-Edwards and Thomasin Gulgec in Mahagonny Songspiel ©2021 ROH. Photograph by Ellie Kurttz
  • MAIN STAGE
  • OPERA AND MUSIC

JETTE PARKER ARTISTS SUMMER PERFORMANCE

22 JULY 2023
The 2022/23 Jette Parker Artists perform an uplifting array of opera excerpts on the main stage, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.
General booking opens on13 April 2023

Remind me

More info

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Royal Opera House Seating Plan

You can view your seat locations on our royal opera house seating plan. Our easy-to-use website allows users to find the best opera seats and ballet London tickets to enjoy some of the best-loved classic ballets and operas from stunning vantage points around the traditional proscenium arch of The Royal Opera House.

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The royal opera house program has been announced and you can view all major royal opera house tickets for opera and ballet available by clicking the Royal Opera House London button on our website. Don’t forget to consult our royal opera house seating plan to view the best areas of seating.

History of The Royal Opera House London.

Originally formed as the Covent Garden Opera Company in 1946, the Royal Opera actually has a heritage which dates back more than 260 years. Three theatres have been open on the same site since 1732; the previous two fell victim to fires which ripped them apart and left them needing

The theatre as it stands today was built in 1858, and after World War II, the decision was made to establish the Royal Opera House (as it was now known) to act as the year-round home of an opera and a ballet company, now known as The Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet.

The building closed in 1997 for major development and renovation work funded by the Arts Council and the Arts Lottery. The work took around two-and-a-half years, during which time the resident companies put on productions at the Barbican Theatre, the Shaftesbury Theatre and Sadler’s Wells, all of which were well-received. When the companies returned to their home in December 1999, a period of fine revivals took place, and the casts and crews enjoyed a plethora of advanced technology and new Royal Opera House stage equipment that took their performances to the next level.

Electronic libretto systems allow audiences to keep track of the complicated dialogue in some of the foreign language operas, the venue is claimed to be the most modern opera house facility in all of Europe; not bad for an establishment more than 250 years old.

The traditional horseshoe-shaped auditorium of the Royal Opera House is something of a rarity in theatre nowadays; one of the largest theatrical venues in the country, it consistently hosts some of the most highly-anticipated performances of ballet and opera. The Royal Opera, the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera House Orchestra are all residents at the prestigious venue, which is located in the heart of Covent Garden for easy access to the majority of patrons.

A number of renowned hotels and restaurants sit within walking distance for an evening of pure luxury and culture, and Covent Garden itself is known for its more traditional atmosphere. The location is very central, offering easy access to anyone travelling to London using public transport or their own vehicle, and the dramatic entrance of the Royal Opera House building cannot be missed.

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From hugely popular ballets like The Nutcracker and Swan Lake to Shakespeare’s great tragedies, with a helping of authentic Italian opera thrown in, the Royal Opera House is one of the country’s most spectacular venue. Further info Royal Opera House

Those lucky few who are able to obtain Royal Opera House tickets are in for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Nutcracker, Alice In Wonderland, Manon, Faust, La Traviata, Don Quixote, Madame Butterfly, Giselle and La Boheme best seats at the royal opera house are guaranteed when you buy from Ticketstosee.com.

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