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Amazing place, perfect music!
Saw Romeo and Julliet by Kenneth MacMillan and Profokiev. So beautiful
Love the atmosphere!
Boxes are amazing but so expensive. Go as a guest!
One day i will visit it
Amazing Opera House!
Tickets don't cost the earth if booked in advance. Elitism is not a dirty word - the best opera and ballet in the world is very affordable! Food and drink is good, but expensive, however.
A must have if you can afford it
Great theatre and great events. Saw carmen and very special. A privileged place to visit.
This opera house is perfect for voices. International stars visiting all the time and decent price policy in the amphitheater
Nice place, just saw it from outside. The neighborhood ie Covent Garden is a very lively place.
The balcony restaurant.
It's all about the Ruinart.
The standing tickets are really worth it.
What is good? Everything of course!
Woolf work is the best. It's a great art work. But don't recommend sandwich collection and coffee in the bar during the intermission. Nope!
Pay a visit to the Linbury Studios for cheaper and more intimate performances.
Must-visit for any trip to London. Come to the box office at 10am on the day of a (sold-out) performance to try to score one of the 67 same-day tix. Savour the beauty with a drink on the terrace
Beautiful! If you are a ballet dancer, you will appreciate the home of the Royal Ballet! Come even just to see it and take a photo!
Some of the best productions in the world. On the top 3 opera houses worldwide
Queue at 10am to get free lunchtime recital tickets
Alice starts soon
Great Student Standby offers, and free opera every Monday afternoon.
Royal Ballet Manon
Seats in the Amphitheatre are cheaper for great sound and view
Loved it here!! Great Marriage of Figaro :)
Head upstairs for an amazing roof terrace
Great time here watching Anna Nicole!
Fantastic location in Covent Garden
The premier opera house of this country. Big name singers tend to make tickets rather scarce. But do try, many reasonably priced tickets.
Mariinsky's Swan Lake was wonderful. If you want to avoid the interval crowds and queues (and can afford some extra expense) book a table in advance at one of the Opera restaurants - it was worth it!
Beautiful building and the productions vary depending on Director and Stage Manager. Worth visiting the Terrace Balcony where you can have a Bird's Eye View of Covent Garden and London Landscape
They don't have plastic cups to pour leftover interval drinks into. So if you've ordered a large glass of wine for the interval and haven't finished it, you'll need to neck it back #tootighttotoss
A magical artistic place n worths a visit every season.Opera n Ballet shows are not for anyone.I didnt know what to watch the ballet dancer or the impressive decor or the orchestra leader?Excellent !!
Get yourself onto their email list for the occasional amazing deal (eg best Orchestra Stalls seats for less than half price - £85 rather than the usual £180)
Can generally get same day tickets in person at the box office after 10 am on the same day. They reserve about 70-80 tickets which are released on the day of performance
Great show my friends
In 1837 The Royal Opera house was the first ever theatre to use limelight. Limelight comes from the mixing of oxygen and hydrogen and then adding real burning lime to achieve a bright light.
Romeo & Juliet first act 60 mins, second act 34 mins, third act 40 mins
Great outdoor terrasse with view on Covent Garden. You can also see where they make the costumes.
Today! La Bayadere Bolshoi Ballet presented
Holmes often attended here
I highly recommend to watch Tosca opera. Quite gripping plot and splendid voices!