The Royal Opera House in London has launched an Open Up project which is designed to make opera and ballet more accessible to everyone.
As a result, the Royal Opera House has been undergoing a number of renovations, including significant architectural and design changes, AV Interactive reported.
However, one of the standout features is the curved LED display in the new entrance area that opens onto Covent Garden. Spanning 28.5 square metres, it has been designed to grab the attention of the millions of visitors who pass by the theatre every year.
This isn’t the only new screen that’s been unveiled at the Royal Opera House. There are also new internal LED displays in the retail area, cafe and cloak room space.
Four specialist projectors have also been installed in the open hall, close to the open cafe, in what the news provider described as “part of a large edge-blending projection solution”.
As well as the changes to the building, the Royal Opera House also announced a programme of free and ticketed daytime events, activities and festivals.
The Royal Opera House explained that it took three years for the work to be completed. It officially reopened on 19 September, and will now be open to the public every day from 10am for the first time in its history.
Alex Beard, chief executive of the venue, commented: “We want as many people as possible to visit one of the world’s most beautiful theatres, to experience our art forms and to get a taste of the remarkable creativity at play here.”
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