The first dance performance in the Royal Opera House's new Linbury Theatre (Joseph Sissens, 'jojo')

  • Published on Sep 19, 2018
  • The brand new Linbury Theatre is the West End’s newest and most intimate theatre and provides an additional world-class stage for The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera and a host of internationally celebrated artists and partners. In its inaugural Season, the Linbury Theatre showcases an astonishing range of work, from an 18th-century rarity to 21st-century world premieres – with 25% of seats priced at £25 or less. The project, designed by award-winning architects Stanton Williams, unites 19th-century grandeur with 21st-century elegance

    Royal Ballet First Artist Joseph Sissens performs an extract from Charlotte Edmonds' 'jojo' - the first dance performance in the Royal Opera House's redesigned Linbury Theatre. This performance was originally captured as a Facebook Premiere. Watch more films like this on the ROH Facebook page. Find out more at