BP Big Screens return to London

From Thursday 13th June to Thursday 18th July BP Big Screens return to various locations across the country and here in London. Broadcasting live and direct from The Royal Opera House, on various dates across June and July the screens will be broadcasting MacMillan’s Mayerling, Puccini’s La Rondine and Tosca. These are three of the Opera House’s most emotionally powerful productions.

The big screens provide the perfect way to share world-class opera and ballet with friends and family. In 2012 BP Big Screens celebrated 25 years of live and free outdoor relays from the Royal Opera House.

On Thursday 13thJune on BP Big Screens in Trafalgar Square, Victoria Park and Waltham Forest will be broadcasting MacMillan’s Mayerling. Mayerling is the story of passion and madness based on historical fact set to the dramatic music of Liszt. The Prince of Austria-Hungary, Rudolf, is forced against his will to marry the Princess of Belgium, Stephanie. Rudolf is then drawn into a downward spiral of political intrigue, violence, and ultimately, suicide. It was created by MacMillan, one of the 20th Century’s greatest choreographers, for The Royal Opera Ballet and is a signature work for the company.

The performance begins at 7:30pm on Thursday 13th June and will last around three hours with two intervals throughout. After indulging in one of The Royal Opera House’s world class performances why not wind down in style in one of our exclusive suites? Dukes London has 90 luxurious rooms, including 11 opulent suites and an exclusive Penthouse Suite overlooking the stunning Green Park.