Ballet Dots, © ROH, 2018. Photographed by James Bellorini 119


There’s a range of immersive activities on at the Royal Opera House from lively Opera Dots and Ballet Dots workshops, packed full of singing, dancing, music and stories, to free Live at Lunch performances.

Depending on the age of your kids, some of the activities happening include:

Opera Dots, a fun and introductory workshop for fans aged 3 months to 5 years old with singing, music and laughter.

There’s also the chance to watch the professionals in action during Recitals at Lunch (1 pm to 2 pm) in the Crush Room (aged 14+).

Budding dancers can get involved with World Ballet Day events on Wednesday 23 October, perfecting their pliés in Dance with the Royal Ballet (£10 per ticket, aged 12 upwards) or perhaps joining in with sensory dance workshop, Ballet Dots for kids aged 12 months to 2.5 years.

Dance with The Royal Ballet, 21 September 2018 (c) ROH, 2018. Photographed by James Bellorini 9 (2)
(c) ROH, 2018. Photographed by James Bellorini

Watch the free Monday Moves (12 pm to 12.40 pm) dance performance by artists with a visual impairment and a free dance-themed Live at Lunch (1 pm to 1.40 pm, no ticket required).
On Friday 25 October, drop into a free music performance at Live at Lunch (1 pm to 1.45 pm, no ticket required).

Aspiring teenage singers, aged 14 years upwards can also take part in Sing at the Royal Opera House (2.15 pm to 3.30 pm) trying their hand at some of opera biggest tunes in the picturesque Paul Hamlyn Hall.

Family Sunday on 27 October rounds up the end of a jam-packed week of fun.

Book here


21 Oct 2019 - 27 Oct 2019


11:30 am - 3:00 pm


Royal Opera House
Bow Street, London WC2E 9DD

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