The first opera introduces the characters and themes of this epic cycle.
The second opera thrillingly depicts the discovery of a great love.
There are four complete cycles.
You may only buy tickets for all four dates within a cycle. It is not possible to buy a ticket for an individual performance, or to pick and choose dates from different cycles.
Your ticket entitles you to the same seat or standing place for all four operas within the cycle.
Das Rheingold: Monday 24 September 2018, 7.30pm
Die Walküre: Wednesday 26 September 2018, 4.30pm
Siegfried: Saturday 29 September 2018, 3pm
Götterdämmerung: Monday 1 October 2018, 4pm
Das Rheingold: Tuesday 2 October 2018, 7.30pm
Die Walküre: Thursday 4 October 2018, 4.30pm
Siegfried: Sunday 7 October 2018, 3pm
Götterdämmerung: Tuesday 9 October 2018, 4pm
Das Rheingold: Tuesday 16 October 2018, 7.30pm
Die Walküre: Thursday 18 October 2018, 4.30pm
Siegfried: Sunday 21 October 2018, 3pm
Götterdämmerung: Wednesday 24 October 2018, 4pm
Das Rheingold: Friday 26 October 2018, 7.30pm
Die Walküre: Sunday 28 October 2018, 4pm
Siegfried: Wednesday 31 October 2018, 4.30pm
Götterdämmerung: Friday 2 November 2018, 4pm
See the seating map and prices (PDF)
Friends receive priority booking. Find out more about becoming a Friend of the Royal Opera House.
For all the below dates, online booking opens at 9am and telephone booking opens at 10am. Booking in person is only available from 8 November, from 10am.
- Premium 2 Friends: 23 October 2017
- Premium 1 Friends: 24 October 2017
- Supporting Friends: 25 October 2017
- Friends+: 26 October 2017
- Friends: 1 November 2017
- Student booking: 7 November 2017 – find out more about joining ROH Students
- General booking: 8 November 2017
Insights – Discover the Ring
As part of our celebration of Wagner's Ring Cycle, the Insights Programme will be hosting a full afternoon of events specially designed to make your forays into Wagner and the Ring Cycle more exciting and memorable. Events will include debates, interviews, talks and a few surprises suitable for everyone from the complete Wagner novice through to the most seasoned Ring expert. Visit the Ring Insights page to find out more.
Open Up and the Ring Cycle
The performances of the Ring Cycle take place after the Royal Opera House's Open Up project. While the interior of the main auditorium is not being changed, we are changing the signage around the Royal Opera House. Consequently, Ring Cycle tickets (physical and e-ticket) will look slightly different from all other main-stage tickets for performances that take place before the Ring Cycle.
Menu options and prices
Originally made possible by
The Dalriada Trust
Generous philanthropic support from
Mrs Susan A. Olde OBE, Mrs Philip Kan, Mercedes T. Bass, Mary Ellen Johnson and Richard Karl Goeltz, Mr Charles Holloway, The Mikheev Charitable Trust, Mr and Mrs Christopher W.T. Johnston, Lindsay and Sarah Tomlinson, the Ring Production Syndicate, the Wagner Circle and an anonymous donor.