The Royal Opera House is offering selected productions on demand free of charge as part of a wider package of online content available for audiences.
While its Covent Garden home remains closed, and all performances are suspended, the ROH has launched a programme of broadcasts and live content, from productions to masterclasses.
The organisation has promised to offer audiences at home a “unique look behind the scenes” of the Royal Ballet and Royal Opera.
These include the Royal Ballet’s 2010 production of Peter and the Wolf and its 2013 staging of The Metamorphosis, as well as Royal Opera productions of Acis and Galatea in 2009 and Così Fan Tutte in 2010.
Elsewhere, through ROH’s partnership with the BBC documentaries including Pappano’s Greatest Arias and Darcey Bussell; Looking for Margot will be available free of charge on BBC iPlayer, in addition to the Royal Ballet’s production of Mayerling.
The organisation said it would be rolling out further free online broadcasts over the coming days and weeks, to be announced on its social media channels.