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London Royal Opera House

London Royal Opera House

Architecturally grand Royal Opera House at the London Covent Garden, which was built in 1858, today is a residence of the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera. Only the main auditorium has remained since the original building, the rest of the complex was redeveloped in 1999.

The Royal Opera House in London has been a place to host every major performance by the classic music star since the opening and today is an attractive venue to opera and ballet admirers. For finest opera and ballet experience the Royal Opera House in London is a must.

The London Royal Opera House offers an insight into the building itself and the activities that take place inside it. The glass Floral Hall is one of the highlights as it is now restored and used as a reception area for the opera house.

One of London's most spectacular concert venues, the Royal Opera House in London is worth visiting as a part of your London experience, whether you like opera and ballet or simply want to explore the grand architecture.

Visiting the London Royal Opera House:

Address: Bow Street, Covent Garden, Westminster, London, WC2E 9DD

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7304 4000

Nearest Underground Stations:
Covent Garden Tube (1 minutes)
Leicester Square Tube (6 minutes)

For more information on the London Royal Opera House, please visit : www.roh.org.uk

What's on at The Royal Opera House in London :
The Royal Ballet Mixed Programme
The Royal Ballet Mixed Programme
18th Oct '14 - 4th Jun '15
The Royal Ballet brings this season some of finest works of its founder choreographer, Frederick Ashton including 'A Month in the Country' in The Royal Ballet Mixed Programme...
Turandot at the Royal Opera House
Turandot at the Royal Opera House
Puccini creates a rich soundworld for this dark and erotic fairytale, which memorable arias, from Signore, Ascolta to Turandot's defiant In Questa Reggia. Turandot also contains one of the most famous of all arias, Nessun Dorma, ...
Le Nozze di Figaro at the Royal Opera House
Le Nozze di Figaro at the Royal Opera House
Le nozze di Figaro had its premiere in 1786 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. Lorenzo Da Ponte - with whom Mozart later collaborated on Don Giovanni and Così fan tutte - created the libretto. It was based on Pierre Beaumarchais' controversial play Le Mariage ...
La Fille Du Regiment at the Royal Opera House
La Fille Du Regiment at the Royal Opera House
La Fille du régiment had its premiere at the Opéra-Comique in Paris in 1840. Its combination of comedy, genuine feeling and patriotic sentiment soon made it a national institution, and it was regularly revived on Bastille Day in France. The opera had a long absence from Covent Garden...
Giselle at the Royal Opera House
Giselle at the Royal Opera House
Giselle is the quintessential Romantic ballet. It transformed the dance world when it was first performed in Paris in 1841 and remains at the centre of the classical repertory. Although the choreography and designs have undergone many changes over the years, the essence of Giselle remains the same....
Manon at the Royal Opera House
Manon at the Royal Opera House
Manon tells the story of an impulsive young woman who is drawn into a world of male desire. She recklessly chooses luxury over love and, in doing so, pays the ultimate price. Jules Massenet based his 1884 opera on Abbé Prévost's controversial novel L'Histoire du Chevalier des Grieux ....
Jewels at the Royal Opera House
Jewels at the Royal Opera House
George Balanchine's glittering ballet was inspired by the beauty of the gem stones he saw in the jewellers Van Cleef & Arpels. It was created in 1967 for the New York City Ballet and is the first abstract three-act ballet. Jewels was performed in full by The Royal Ballet...
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