Manon: Wednesday 17 January to Friday 8 March, eves at 7.30pm (Sats at 7pm), Sat mats at 1pm. Dur.: 2 hours 45 mins inc two intervals. Tickets £8 – £140. Click HERE for more info and to book
Relayed live to cinemas nationwide on Wednesday 7 February, encore from Sunday 11 February. Click HERE to find a participating cinema near you.
Kenneth MacMillan's masterful tale of love, greed and loss in dissolute 18th-century Paris, based on the famous Abbé Prévost novel, returns to the stage. With sumptuous, atmospheric designs by Nicholas Georgiadis and plum roles for principals and soloists, this is one of The Royal Ballet's best-loved works. A mouth-watering variety of casts includes Francesca Hayward and Marcelino Sambé, Natalia Osipova and Reece Clarke, and Marianela Núñez with La Scala's Roberto Bollé as the doomed lovers.
Age Guidance: 14+
A Festival of New Choreography – Thursday 15 to Wednesday 21 February at 7:30pm (Thursday 15 at 7pm) Dur.: TBC. Tickets: £3 – £90. Click HERE to book
A series of performances and events designed to give a platform to new, diverse voices in dance. Details to be announced soon.
The Tortoise & The Hare, Northern Ballet – Saturday 27 to Monday 29 January in the Linbury. Performances at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm. Dur.: 45 mins approx. Tickets: £15. Click HERE for more info and to book
Age Guidance: for all. Children over two need their own seat
Northern Ballet's delightful adaptation of the Aesop fable, tailor-made for children, returns to London. Bring your little ones to join the titular Tortoise and Hare plus their friends Molly The Mole, The Bunnies, Bumble Bee, Butterfly, Harold the Hare and Squirrel for a charming adventure created by Dreda Blow and Sebastian Loe. Here's a taster:
|What||The Royal Ballet winter 2023/24|
|Where||Royal Opera House, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DD | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Covent Garden (underground)|
17 Jan 24 – 08 Mar 24, Start times and dur vary according to performance