Events

Search Events

BP Big Screens in London

From to

BP Big Screens in Trafalgar Square. Image courtesy of BP Big Screens.
This event has finished.
See similar events or search events.
Watch free live screenings of the Royal Opera House’s world-class ballet and opera in outdoor locations across London. Read More

About

Experience live opera and ballet in the centre of London with the Royal Opera House’s BP Big Screens 2018.

On 12 June, 26 June and 12 July, two operas and one ballet, together with exclusive backstage footage and competitions, are broadcast from Covent Garden’s Royal Opera House to locations across the UK.

Big screens are set up in Trafalgar Square, where you can watch all three performances, while some of this year's shows are also relayed to The Scoop, Hammersmith Lyric Square (outside the Lyric Hammersmith), Canada Square Park and General Gordon Square in Woolwich. 

Get together with friends and family, bring a picnic and enjoy these free live screenings, suitable for newcomers and fans alike. Make sure to arrive early to secure a space and catch the full pre-show screenings.

Crowds watch performances broadcast live from the Royal Opera House

The Royal Ballet’s Swan Lake

12 June at Trafalgar Square, Canada Square Park, The Scoop and General Gordon Square  

Enjoy the classic tale of Swan Lake accompanied by Tchaikovsky’s magnificent score. The show follows the enchanting adventures of Prince Siegfried and Odette. The main performance starts at 7.30pm.

The Royal Opera’s La bohème

26 June at Trafalgar Square, The Scoop, Canada Square, General Gordon Square and Hammersmith Lyric Square

Catch one of Puccini’s best-loved operas, which tells the impassioned story of poet Rodolfo and seamstress Mimi. The duo are forced to make the ultimate sacrifice for their love. The main performance starts at 7.30pm.

The Royal Opera’s Don Giovanni

12 July at Trafalgar Square, Hammersmith Lyric Square, Canada Square Park and General Gordon Square

See The Royal Opera’s spectacular production of Mozart’s tragi-comedy, in which womaniser Don Giovanni commits a devastating murder. The main performance starts at 7pm.

Venue Details & Map

Look for similar items by category