Dear Royal Opera House,

For each of the styles and titles that can be slected from your online registration page (https://www.roh.org.uk/myroyaloperahouse..., please can you tell me the number of subscribers that use each title.

I would prefer this data in a spreadsheet if possible.

Yours faithfully,

David Smith

Dear Royal Opera House,

I note you have neither acknowledged nor replied to my recent request within 20 working days. Please could you provide a response at your first convenience.

Yours faithfully,

David Smith

Christopher Millard, Royal Opera House

Dear Mr Smith,

This request has landed on my desk this morning for the first time, apologies for not replying sooner. I am afraid we do not run a subscription system here as such but we do have membership scheme Friends of Covent Garden, details are available on the website www.roh.org.uk under the Support section. Hope this helps.

Regards

Christopher Millard

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Dear Christopher Millard,

Thank you for your prompt reply. However, you have not provided the information which I hoped to obtain.

Your website allows for 'registration' on a 'database' at the following address https://www.roh.org.uk/myroyaloperahouse...

It is not clear to me if this corresponds to the Friends of Covent Garden scheme you mention, but that is immaterial to this request.

One of the fields is called 'Title' and comprises a drop down list of a variety of styles and titles that users may choose to be addressed by when they register with you.

For each of the entries on that drop down list, I would like to know how many of the users that have registered have chosen each title.

e.g. group captain - 32, HE Mr - 12. I would like this information in spreadsheet format if possible.

This should be a relatively simple query to run.

Please let me know if my request requires further clarifiaction.

Yours sincerely,

David Smith

Christopher Millard, Royal Opera House

Dear Mr Smith

Thank you for your email dated 10 August 2011 11:58

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires all public authorities to make information available proactively by virtue of the Publication Scheme provisions set out in section 19 of the Act.

The Royal Opera House is not a public authority and is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

The Royal Opera House is, however, subject to the Data Protection Act.

Since 1 March 2000, the Data Protection Act 1998 has given individuals the right to see certain information relating to themselves which is held in hard copy format (eg paper files) as well as electronically (eg on computer).

Your query does not relate to information relating to you as an individual. If you would like us to provide such information relating to you that we hold, please let us know.

The Royal Opera House takes its responsibilities under the Data Protection Act seriously and we will respond to all legitimate enquiries.

Yours sincerely,

Christopher Millard

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