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  1. Balcony Central Standing D31 for tonight Thursday 21st October 7:30pm. Very short notice, but if anyone can use it let me know.
  2. Stalls Circle Standing D49 for 23rd October 1:30pm matinee and D50 for the 7pm evening performance. Face value £10 and they are e-tickets. PM me and leave a message here if interested.
  3. Stalls Circle Standing D46 for Tuesday 19th October 7:30pm evening performance. Face value £10 and it's an e-ticket. PM me and leave a message here if interested
  4. Stalls Circle Standing D38 for 16th October 1pm matinee and D46 for the 7pm evening performance. Face value £7 and they are e-tickets. PM me and leave a message here if interested.
  5. Some observations: R and J - No one misses out from 2018/19. Bracewell and Clarke make the debuts they missed. Campbell and Richardson have unexpected(?) debuts. Bonelli is back. McRae is back. Naghdi/Muntagirov. Giselle - No female debuts. No McRae. No Ella. Sambé makes the debut he missed in 2017/18. Lamb and Sambé partnered for the first time. Nutcracker - Osipova’s first London Nutcracker since 2013/14. No Bonelli. No Hamilton. All missed debuts reinstated. Allnatt and Junker have unexpected(?) debuts as Clara and Hans-Peter. O’Sullivan and Zucchetti the only dancers to take two roles as Sambé retires Hans-Peter. General - Osipova/Clarke is definitely a thing. Cinema/live streams focusing on the younger dancers: O'Sullivan/Sambé, Naghdi/Ball, Takada/Corrales.
  6. Only 8 programmes, down from 10 in 2019/20, and 11 in 2018/19. Same number of full evening works, less mixed bills. Understandable given the circumstances, but not helping the contraction in active rep. We are getting 8 less ballets this season (12) than in 2018/19 (20), a 40% reduction. That said, I am excited to find out the casting and debuts, and to see how the new works turn out.
  7. Yes, you change "stage-view" to "position-view". You were so close!
  8. And again, I am pleased to have made an impression! Crazy this is over two years old now
  9. It seems the lack of single seats was not an exaggeration. It feels really strange being told the day before booking that I am, in essence, barred from the theatre. I don’t like being negative about something I love so much, but… I guess I’m going to have to outsource casting data collection for these performances!
  10. It seems pretty bad form if they have not held any single seats back for public booking. It’s difficult to be too critical given the circumstances, but it does give the impression that the ROH consider some parts of the audience to be disposable. I have pretty much made my peace with not being able to attend this run of performances. But, if the same restrictions are in places when the 2021/22 season starts booking, its going to really hurt. I know it’s necessary, but it’s not great for single out-of-towners on a budget!
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