We are delighted to announce that the new Live Cinema Season from the Royal Opera House (2022-2023) is now on sale
Madama Butterfly – The Royal Opera. Wednesday 28 September at 7pm
Set in 19th-century Japan, Puccini’s heart-rending opera tells the tale of Cio-Cio-San, a young geisha who falls in love with an American naval officer –and pays the ultimate price.
Mayerling – The Royal Ballet. Sunday 9 October at 2pm
Dangerous desires, family secrets and political intrigues –a true story told through ballet.
Aida – The Royal Opera. Friday 14 October at 7pm
Love and duty collide and nations clash in Verdi’s political drama, starring Elena Stikhina and conducted by Antonio Pappano.
La Bohème – The Royal Opera. Sunday 23 October at 2pm
Puccini’s opera of passion, friendship and heartbreak features a star-studded cast, conducted by Kevin John Edusei.
The Royal Ballet: A Diamond Celebration – The Royal Ballet. Friday 17 November at 7pm
A dazzling showcase marking 60 years of the Friends of the Royal Opera House.
The Nutcracker – The Royal Ballet. Sunday 11 December at 2pm
Discover the enchantment of ballet with this sparkling festive treat for the whole family.
The Barber of Seville – The Royal Opera. Thursday 16 February at 7pm
With vocal fireworks, scheming lovers and one very busy barber, Rossini’s comic opera is packed with fun and mischief.
Turandot – The Royal Opera. Wednesday 22 March at 7:15pm
Puccini’s final opera is a glorious pageant of rich colour, dance and drama in Andrei Serban’s classic staging.
Cinderella – The Royal Ballet. Friday 14 April at 7pm
A new production of the much-loved Royal Ballet fairytale classic.
The Marriage of Figaro – The Royal Opera. Sunday 30 April at 2pm
Director David McVicar brings out the revolutionary elements in Mozart’s great comic opera of intrigue, misunderstanding and forgiveness.
The Sleeping Beauty – The Royal Ballet. Wednesday 24 May at 7:15pm
Magic and fairytale characters are brought to life through ballet in this well-known family favourite.
Il Trovatore – The Royal Opera. Thursday 15 June at 7pm
A devastating curse rises from the ashes in Verdi’s monumental tale of superstition and rivalry.