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Opera & Dance

With The Royal Ballet and English National Opera within a short walk of One Aldwych, guests looking for classic culture will be spoilt for choice.

Royal Opera House

3 minute walk

Experience world-class opera, classical music, theatre, ballet and dance at the home of The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera in the heart of London's Covent Garden.

The Sleeping Beauty

Until 16 January 2020

Complete with an exquisite score by Tchaikovsky, the iconic tale of a wicked fairy’s curse is performed with beautiful artistry and grace by the Royal Ballet company. 

La traviata

Until 23 March

Verdi offers a less critical interpretation of Marie Duplessis, the Paris courtesan who inspired Alexandre Dumas's novel and play, in this heart-breaking opera, the most widely performed in the world.

La bohème

10 January - 27 May

Puccini’s classic is the opera most frequently revived at the Royal Opera House and Richard Jones's interpretation embraces its stunning exploration of young artists out of their emotional depth. 

Swan Lake

5 March - 16 May

Liam Scarlett’s magnificent adaptation of Tchaikovsky’s classic ballet comes to new audiences. Reviving the tale in an intoxicating, spirited production without relinquishing its rare charm, Scarlett’s choreography is an unmissable experience.

English National Opera: London Coliseum

9 minute walk

Britain's only full-time repertory opera company, based at the Coliseum, one of the largest and most magnificent theatres in the city.

Carmen

29 January - 27 February

Perhaps the most popular of all operas, Carmen dramatically brings forth the agony of a woman's thirst for love. Extreme jealousy, seduction and impetuous love abound in Calixto Bieito’s interpretation, set in Franco’s regime in the 1970s.

Madam Butterfly

26 February - 17 April

Anthony Minghella interprets Puccini’s story of love and betrayal through cinema and traditional Japanese theatre in this extraordinary production.  

Marriage of Figaro

14 March - 18 April

Mozart's comic opera of  misunderstanding and confused identities follows two lovers as they seek to outplay the scheming and seducing Count Almaviva.

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