Woolf Works (inspired by the works of Virginia Woolf) (Jan 2017)

Address:
, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London 51.512888 -0.122369
Dates & Time:
, 2nd, 4th, 8th, 11th, 13th and
Running time:
2 hours 35 mins, with interval
Tickets & Cost:
From roh.org.uk
Telephone:
The contact number for Royal Opera House is +44 (0) 207 304 4000
Parking:
If you’re driving to London here are some car parks near Royal Opera House
Minicabs:
Book a minicab near Royal Opera House
Buses:
The following bus routes go near Royal Opera House: 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 68, 76, 77a, 91, 168, 171, 176, 188, 501, 505, 521, X68
London bus fares 2017
Trains:
The best London underground train stations to visit Royal Opera House are Charing Cross Covent Garden Embankment Holborn Leicester Square
Note: The actual closest train station to Royal Opera House is Covent Garden
London train fares 2017
  Buy a travelcard
  Buy an Oyster card
  Buy a Visitor Oyster card
  Buy a London Pass plus Visitor Oyster card
Disclaimer: London Drum has no association with Woolf Works or Royal Opera House. Whilst we make every effort to ensure the event information is accurate, dance shows in London are sometimes cancelled or amended without us being notified. You should always reconfirm the dance show with Royal Opera House before making plans

This event has already passed

Videos give an impression of the event only

Wayne McGregor’s critically acclaimed ballet 'Woolf Works' was inspired by the works of Virginia Woolf, and uses the music of Max Richter to explore scenes from three of her novels: "Mrs Dalloway", "Orlando" and "The Waves" — intermingled with some moments from her own life.

When "Woolf Works" made its premiere in 2015 it picked up the Critics' Circle Award for Best Classical Choreography, and the Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production. It has been described as "a compellingly moving experience" and "glowing with ambition".

More events:
Royal Opera House events in London

 

Did you go to this event?  Write a review…

Got a question?
Talk about Woolf Works (inspired by the works of Virginia Woolf)

If you enjoy classical concerts at Royal Opera House, then here are some other events you might like…

Rigoletto at Royal Opera HouseRigoletto at Royal Opera House – 2nd, 4th, 8th, 10th, 15th, 17th, 22nd, 25th and 28th February 2017Jonathan Miller's production of Verdi's "Rigoletto" shifts it into New York's Little Italy, and sets Rigoletto against the Mafia.

Adriana Lecouvreur at Royal Opera HouseAdriana Lecouvreur at Royal Opera House – 7th, 10th, 17th, 21st, 24th, 27th February and 2nd March 2017The Royal Opera House will be putting on a production of "Adriana Lecouvreur" — a romantic drama of unrequited love.

Lunchtime concerts at St. Martin-in-the-Fields – 14th February Ó 28th April 2017 (selected dates only)St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square usually puts on a free classical music recitals a couple of times each week.

Beethoven, Richard Strauss and Tansy Davies – 23rd February 2017The Philharmonia Orchestra will be playing music by Beethoven, Strauss and Tansy Davies at the Royal Festival Hall.

Royal Philharmonic, playing “Carmina Burana” – 24th February 2017The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana" at the Royal Festival Hall.

Vienna Tonkunstler Orchestra, at Cadogan Hall – 26th February 2017The Vienna Tonkunstler Orchestra will be performing classical music by Mozart, Dvorak and Beethoven at Cadogan Hall.

Winters Tale at Royal Opera HouseWinters Tale at Royal Opera House – 27th February, 3rd, 8th, 10th and 14th March 2017The world premiere of Ryan Wigglesworth's "The Winter's Tale" — an opera version of Shakespeare's tale of reconciliation.

 

If you like Royal Opera House, then you might also like…

> London Coliseum events If you like the Royal Opera House then you might like these events at London’s London Coliseum as well
> Royal Festival Hall events If you can’t find any events at the Royal Opera House then maybe you can try the Royal Festival Hall in London
> Royal Albert Hall events If you like this event at the Royal Opera House then try our guide to events at the Royal Albert Hall in London
 

Buy our London guidebook 2017 – (read a free sample first)

500 pages packed with money saving tips, reviews, photos and street maps

Honest reviews of London’s most popular attractions and landmarks

Example itineraries – two weeks of ideas, including one week for kids

Insider tips – look inside Hampton Court, Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s for free

Bus and train fares – a detailed guide to the buses, trains, Oyster cards and fares

Amazon.com:  $3.99 ebook · $15.99 paperback
Amazon.co.uk:  £2.99 ebook · £11.99 paperback

Copyright © 2017 London Drum. All rights reserved · Contact London Drum · Privacy policy / Terms of use / Cookies

By category

By day

By month

By venue

Find events

Custom dates

London Pass

Save some money with London Pass Cheap entry into London attractions

London Pass

Learn more about London Pass

> Save moneyFree or discounted entry into top attractions

> Save timeJump the longest queues with Fast Track entry

Oyster card

Get an Oyster for the cheapest fares The easiest way to travel in London

Oyster card

Buy Oyster Cards Buy travelcardsBuy an Oyster card

> Save moneyGet the cheapest fares on London transport

> Easy to usePay as you go credit on the buses, boats and underground trains

London blog

Read our review:
Royal Mews

You really have to be a fan of the Royals to like the Royal Mews. Either that or you need to love horses, because there'… more

Read our review:
Speakers' Corner

If you want to hear some speeches in Hyde Park then the best time to come is Sunday lunchtime.The speakers can turn up… more

Read our review:
Cable Car across the Thames

I don't like heights. My problem with heights is this: they are always too high.Before you try and ride the cable car… more

Cheap tickets

Buy theatre tickets

London Pass