The Royal Opera House has announced that it will be returning to 2,000 screens around the world for the 2021-22 season.
On Sept. 7, 2021, the company, in collaboration with its global cinema distributor Trafalgar Releasing, will announce its schedule for the upcoming season.
Broadcasts will be presented throughout the U.K. and in 35 other countries around the world. The first program that will be offered is “The Nutcracker.”
“Building on well over 10 years of successful broadcasts, this season has been specially designed to re-ignite interest in our art forms, bringing first-class performances to those wanting to experience the finest ballet and opera in the world, on their doorstep. After a challenging 16-month hiatus, we are thrilled to be back at your local cinema,” said Edgar Kamga-Sande, Head of Cinema and Distribution at the Royal Opera House in a press release.
The Royal Opera House launched its cinema program in 2008.