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Royal Opera House, London

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Upcoming shows at the Royal Opera House:

Lucia Di Lammermoor

Lucia Di Lammermoor Lucia’s brother Enrico is horrified to learn she has fallen in love with his sworn enemy Edgardo. He hastily arranges her marriage to his associate Arturo. Edgardo and Lucia privately exchange rings before he leaves to fight in France.

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Upcoming shows at the Royal Opera House:

Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci - Mixed Programme

Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci - Mixed Programme Turiddu sings of his love for Lola. He is overheard by Santuzza, a woman he has seduced. Santuzza tells Lola’s husband Alfio of his wife’s infidelity. Alfio challenges Turiddu to a duel. Turiddu asks his mother Mamma Lucia to look after Santuzza, and dies at Alfio’s hands.

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Upcoming shows at the Royal Opera House:

The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker - Royal Opera House A young girl receives an enchanted nutcracker that leads her on a wonderful adventure, in this Christmas classic.

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Current shows at the Royal Opera House:

La bohème

La bohème A lost key and an accidental touch of cold hands in the dark. So begins of the great romances of all opera. John Copley's production brings the 19th century Paris to the stage in vivid detail. 

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The Royal Opera House is a very grand affair, a stunning building fit for the very best in opera. Set in London’s funky Covent Garden, the impressive pillared building sits on the site of a previous venue dating back to 1732. This is the home of the prestigious Royal Opera, Royal Ballet and the famously well-respected Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. For the first century of its existence the venue was a playhouse, presenting its first ballet in 1734, then Handel’s first season of operas. The current building is the third on the site, with the first two being destroyed by fire. The frontage, foyer and auditorium date back to 1858 but extensive renovation in the 1990s means the rest is comfortably modern. There are 2256 seats over 4 tiers, boxes, balconies and galleries and the main area is Grade 1 listed. As well as live performances, the venue screens popular opera and ballet productions live across the world. Love Royal Opera House tickets? We sell the full range!