Royal Opera House, London
About Royal Opera House, London
Royal Opera House, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: Bow St, London WC2E 9DD, United Kingdom
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
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The Royal Opera House of London was inaugurated in 1732 and is popular ever since for commendable performances by world famous stars and professionals. The opera house features ballet performances and opera that would enchant music lovers especially. There is food served in the house as well. Although offering minimal variety, the kitchen here doesn’t compromise on taste.
The comely ambience and atmosphere at the house make for lovely hours to while away while losing yourself to the spellbound talent featured in the flawless performances here.
Royal Opera House Ticket Prices
- Visit the official website for ticket price details.
How To reach Royal Opera House by Public Transport
- Bus Numbers: (Aldwych) RV1, 6, 11, 13, 23, 59, 68, 87, 171, 172, 188, X68
- Night Bus Numbers: (Aldwych) 6, 23, 188, N11, N13, N26, N47, N68, N87, N89, N155, N171, N551
- Nearest Rail Station: Charing Cross
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Royal Opera House, London Reviews - Write a Review
An opera house and major performing arts centre. It has been known by various names since its original construction in 1732. Its first ballet in 1734. Everything about this place excudes art, quality and professionalism. Many years ago I saw a performance of Sleeping Beauty - never to be forgotten. See website for up and coming events.
Saw a spectacular performance of Alice in Wonderland here, an excellent modern ballet. The choreography, orchestra and sets were amazing. The Royal Opera House is a great setting, currently having some refurbishment. The only very minor downside was that although we pre-ordered drink in the bar there wasn't much time to drink them in the 20 minute interval with the walk to the bar in the crowd as you cannot take drinks back into the auditorium so I would advise it's probably not worth getting an interval drink. Other than that it was a wonderful evening and would absolutely recommend.
Quite simply a grand and wonderful venue. The seats are comfortable and we had a great view of the stage. The acoustics were great and the standard of the production was great given that it is the premier venue for opera in London. The one downside is the tickets are expensive.
A stunning venue offering gorgeous productions. The ballets are truly beautiful. Interval ice-cream always available! Do buy a programme - good value for money (£7) with colour photos and well written, interesting articles around the production. And I'd very highly recommend the back stage tour - it's fascinating to see the huge pieces of scenery and you may even be lucky enough to see dancers in rehearsal.
Beautiful venue. Go early enough to have a drink at the bar and do some people watching. You can get cheap seats (restricted view) for about £10 if you just want to go to the Opera House for an experience.
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