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  1. I don’t think that Christmas is cancelled. Most people, including myself, have sadly had to cancel or rethink their people, places and plans for the Christmas period due to a global pandemic. This is indeed unfortunate and I wish that things were different. Nevertheless there is still much joy to be found in discovering new things, doing things differently or in doing things that I never had time for in previous years. E.g. I was going to feed on ROH Nuts as a part of my Christmas celebrations. Instead I have the opportunity to feast on a Global Mixed Nut Selection from around the world. No
  2. Much to enjoy in a production that fires the imagination combining the joy of dance and richness of theatre to create an original narrative of a boy discovering a world of colour and excitement in contrast with the grey world outside. (NB Given the links currently being made in football about dementia and heading a football, having the boy head the ball repeatedly as a part of his “trick routine” may not have been a wise choice.)
  3. Much to enjoy in a production that fires the imagination combining the joy of dance and richness of theatre to create an original narrative of a boy discovering a world of colour and excitement in contrast with the grey world outside. (NB Given the links currently being made in football about dementia and heading a football, having the boy head the ball repeatedly as a part of his “trick routine” may not have been a wise choice.)
  4. great pics Rob. Btw that must be why the dancers are so good, because they’ve been at the barre all day 🤣
  5. keep checking the ROH website, there are tickets being put onsale every day. Good luck
  6. Perhaps they’ve increased the tempo of the music so that the dancers spend less time in proximity to one another? 🤔
  7. I hope I’m proven wrong but my reading of BRB website is that either I can buy a ticket to see the live stream on 18/12 or I can buy a ticket to watch on demand for a period of three consecutive days between 19/12 and 24/12 that kicks in from my first viewing. Buying a ticket for the live stream on 18/12 wouldn’t appear to allow me to watch again on demand. As I say, I hope I’m wrong.
  8. ENB Nutcracker Delights is 75mins no interval RB is 120 mins with an interval I believe
  9. Am very keen to get a ticket for the Christmas Eve performance as it’s been a tradition for many years. Hopefully someone can help me... thanks
  10. or not, I’d prefer safety first rather than going to the max determined by an arbitrary guideline
  11. hi for those able to book already, I see there are two selections: single/pairs & group. Does anyone know if groups are 3 or more? Thanks
  12. I’ve suddenly been overtaken with that ‘Cinderella’ feeling 🩰
  13. it was a very short tour, a taster really. Each timeslot had 4 bubbles of up to 6 people who maintained social distancing from each other. There were 3 opera costumes to peruse supervised by a knowledgeable Thurrock archivist in the foyer whilst waiting for the tour to start. Then downstairs into the Linbury for a short video presentation on ROH. After we were led through the Kings room up onto the main stage. Verbal presentation/history of the building (my tour was David Pickering and Christina Arestis) Q&A and selfie moment. Out to ground floor coffee bar and shop. Smooth, efficient an
  14. It was a terrific feeling to be back in the ROH, to be made to be feel welcome by enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff who were proud to show off the building to their visitors. A small movement in the right direction 🙏🏻
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