Get your culture fix while you self-isolate.
The theatres may have closed the curtains and taken their final bow for the time being, but that isn’t stopping The Royal Opera House during the Coronavirus outbreak. Bringing the drama to your home, the theatre will offer a free schedule of both opera and ballet broadcasts so audiences can access world-class performances right at their fingertips.
The programme will offer a unique look behind-the-scenes of the prestigious establishment, allowing those who had tickets to cancelled events (and those looking for a bit of entertainment while stuck at home) a taste of the arts in the comfort of their own four walls.
The free broadcasts will be available to stream on both The Royal Opera House’s Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/royaloperahouse
and Youtube channels - https://www.youtube.com/royaloperahouse
, with a schedule running from March to April including classic performances such as Peter and the Wolf and The Metamorphosis.
More productions are set to join the schedule, with further announcements due to be posted on ROH’s social media channels.
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