The Royal Opera House

event tsl have been working at the Royal Opera House since 2007.

Back then, the Paul Hamlyn Hall & Crush Room look much as they do today but the Amphitheatre Bar and Restaurant as well as the Linbury Theatre Foyer have undergone major changes. It is especially a privilege to walk into the former spaces at the start of the day, looking much as they did over 100 years ago. We then go to work, adding a touch of 21st century technology to complement the historical splendour of the venue, allowing our clients to extend their messages to invited audiences at conferences, launches and award ceremonies. We also have experience of running events in the ballet studios. 

Visit The Royal Opera House venue hire page here

Highlights over the years have included…

 …working with Placido Domingo, launching a tour for George Michael, the Crabbie’s Grand National weights event, waiting and watching in the studio corridors on a number of occasions for the Royal Ballet to finish rehearsing so we can setup, helping to build an illusion for Dynamo (we’re sworn to secrecy) and the launch of the World’s most exclusive whiskey…….at £20,000 per bottle!!

About the Royal Opera House: Whilst everyone knows of the ROH itself, many would be unaware of the many developments it and the surrounding buildings have undergone since its’ first ever ballet in 1734. When event tsl first started working at the venue, the largest event space known currently as the Paul Hamlyn Hall was at the time called the Floral Hall, the name it had held since its’ opening in 1860 as a flower market during the day and event space in the evening. Just like the Crush Room, both spaces have changed little since their completion and are used today for all manner of events. There are a number of alternative spaces for hire in which to hold events or to complement the hire of one or two of the others. Visit The Royal Opera House venue hire page here