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  1. ... which also lets you print at home if you haven't a smart phone. http://www.roh.org.uk/news/royal-opera-house-to-introduce-e-tickets-during-2016 Excellent news!
  2. For Monday 26th August at the Adelphi Theatre London I have two tickets for Waitress the Musical purchased through the kids week scheme , so 1 full priced adult ticket and 1 free child (up to age 16) ticket. They are excellent seats in the stalls (I go to the theatre a lot and am very fussy where I sit) but I can't use them now as we will be away on holiday. Will sell for the purchase price of £77 which is bargain for 2 top price seats. Pic of order confirmation below so you can see the exact seat numbers and price paid.
  3. I have 2 tickets to the Elmhurst Ballet Company show 'Origins' on Saturday 9 February 7pm at Elmhurst Ballet School in Edgbaston, Birmingham. Good seats, C8+9 selling for £25 for both (bought for £35). For more info see https://www.elmhurstdance.co.uk/Elmhurst-Ballet-Company.html
  4. I'm writing with a question...well, actually, several. My guess is that these questions have been asked and answered before. I did some searches, but a "Royal Opera House" + "tickets" and variants thereof turn up a zillion different threads, so I gave up. I have attended the Royal Opera House occasionally--usually when work has taken me to the UK--but not often and not recently. And I've almost never been able to plan carefully ahead of time. But this year may be different. Work will take Mr. Drewco to London in June--I'm coming with him and we plan to make a holiday of it when his work is out of the way. We hope to attend several performances of Swan Lake and, as we don't see a lot of world class ballet, we are willing to splurge on good seats if we can get them. I see on the Royal Opera House website that tickets go on sale for the general public in early April, but I have a few questions about the process: 1)When are casts likely to be announced? work dictates this trip but we have a little flexibility and casts could make a difference to our arrival/departure dates. 2)Any risk "friends" buy up much of the house before the tickets go on sale to the general public? 3)Are seats banked in all sections of the theater. I have a vague memory that Stalls circles are hardly banked at all--that row B or C for someone short, like myself, might be a disaster. (We are going to splurge if we can--but if we splurge we want to be able to see the stage). 4)Any advice about Grand Tier and Balcony seats? or sight-lines generally? Years ago I got some excellent advice on ROH stalls circles seats on an American message board and of course I remember the seats I actually sat in...But any thoughts from people here would be welcome--especially advice for short people. (My body has long since informed me that my standing room days are over.) Thanks for your patience with these questions...
  5. Hi I have 2 full and 1 concession ticket available for the Saturday 1.30 show. All seated together. Selling at face price full £20 concession£15. Thanks.
  6. I am sick and can't make it to Europe. Months ago, I planned a tour of Italy, with tickets in first three rows, of Robert Bolle and Friends in Florence, 7/7/17 and 7/8, Rome , 7/11/17, 7/12, 7/13, and Verona 7/17/17. I planned GA tickets for u2 in Rome on 7/15, 7/16. I also have Roberto's Giselle for Scala at Segerstrom, LA, with Misty Copeland 1x , and Marianela Nunez 2x, on July 28-30. Does anyone know of anyone interested? I am scared of getting severely sick while there, (which has happened in the US during his ABT performances). Does anyone have any interest?
  7. 3 tickets for sale on the front row of Balcony right. MAYERLING Satyrday 29th April Soares/ Cuthbertson 7pm Main Stage Balcony Right A74, A75, A76 face value £36 but will accept £25 per ticket if all 3 are taken. If just 2 are taken £60 for the pair. if interested please PM me by Wednesday. Many thanks
  8. Hello, I'm not sure if this is the right place to discuss this so please feel free to move it if not. I am going to Paris on 21/12, and they are performing La Bayadère that evening. I haven't been able to find much of a clear answer, but it seems that they do offer day tickets for performances. Can anyone provide more specific details about how to obtain them? Is it similar to the ROH day tickets? Any advice would be so much appreciated. Many thanks in advance.
  9. All went pretty well this morning. Acostipova performances selling quickly and, bizarrely, there appeared to be only one seat available for Hansel and Gretal on 24 January!
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