Royal Opera House tickets, for any opera or ballet
Royal Opera House tickets sell out fast for best seats as it is one of the most prestigious and prominent venues for the royal ballet and royal opera in the country.
Obtaining Royal Opera House tickets for any opera or ballet performances is difficult due to the demand and the popularity, despite there being more than two thousand seats for every performance.
Tickets sell-out within a matter of minutes, for Covent Garden opera house and many dedicated opera and ballet enthusiasts miss out on wonderful Royal ballet and Royal opera productions.
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The royal ballet London perform at the royal opera house London. Popular performances always sell out like: swan lake tickets, Giselle royal opera house, Don Quixote royal opera house, royal opera house Alice in Wonderland tickets and royal opera house the Nutcracker tickets.
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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.
Why not enjoy your best seats at the Royal Opera House and then book a top restaurant in Covent Garden.
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.
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.