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Glyndebourne Festival, will run from 21 May to 28 August 2022.
Every production, whether an opera or concert, will be wrapped in the full Festival experience: indoor performances with a long dining interval and time to enjoy the gardens.
The famous Glyndebourne Festival showcases a spectacular array of musical flair across many weeks in the summer. Audiences flock from far and wide to enjoy the fine music and the ambience of the beautiful surroundings. This level of luxury hospitality is unmatched at any other operatic festival.
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Glyndebourne Schedule 2022
Festival 2022 (21 May – 28 August)
Sat 21 The Wreckers
Sun 22 Le nozze di Figaro
Tue 24 Le nozze di Figaro
Wed 25 The Wreckers
Fri 27 Le nozze di Figaro
Sat 28 The Wreckers
Sun 29 Le nozze di Figaro
Wed 1 The Wreckers
Sat 4 The Wreckers
Sun 5 Le nozze di Figaro
Tue 7 The Wreckers
Thu 9 Le nozze di Figaro
Fri 10 The Wreckers
Sat 11 La bohème
Sun 12 Le nozze di Figaro
Wed 15 La bohème
Thu 16 The Wreckers
Fri 17 Le nozze di Figaro
Sat 18 La bohème
Sun 19 Le nozze di Figaro
Tue 21 The Wreckers
Wed 22 La bohème
Thu 23 Le nozze di Figaro
Fri 24 The Wreckers
Sat 25 La bohème
Sun 26 Le nozze di Figaro
Tue 28 La bohème
Thu 30 Le nozze di Figaro
Fri 1 La bohème
Sat 2 Alcina
Sun 3 La bohème
Tue 5 Alcina
Wed 6 La bohème
Thu 7 Le nozze di Figaro
Fri 8 Alcina
Sat 9 La bohème
Sun 10 Le nozze di Figaro
Tue 12 La bohème
Wed 13 Le nozze di Figaro
Thu 14 Alcina
Fri 15 La bohème
Sat 16 Le nozze di Figaro
Sun 17 Alcina
Fri 22 Don Pasquale
Sat 23 La bohème
Sun 24 Alcina
Tue 26 Don Pasquale
Wed 27 Alcina
Thu 28 La bohème
Fri 29 Don Pasquale
Sat 30 Alcina
Sun 31 La bohème
Tue 2 Alcina
Thu 4 Alcina
Fri 5 Don Pasquale
Sat 6 Poulenc Double Bill
Sun 7 La bohème
Mon 8 Poulenc Double Bill
Tue 9 Alcina
Wed 10 La bohème
Thu 11 Poulenc Double Bill
Fri 12 Don Pasquale
Sat 13 Poulenc Double Bill
Sun 14 La bohème
Mon 15 Alcina
Tue 16 Poulenc Double Bill
Wed 17 Don Pasquale
Thu 18 Poulenc Double Bill
Fri 19 Alcina
Sat 20 Don Pasquale
Sun 21 Poulenc Double Bill
Mon 22 Don Pasquale
Tue 23 Poulenc Double Bill
Wed 24 Alcina
Thu 25 Don Pasquale
Fri 26 Poulenc Double Bill
Sat 27 Don Pasquale
Sun 28 Poulenc Double Bill
21 May – 24 June
When survival comes at the cost of another’s life, two lovers are faced with an impossible choice.
Melly Still directs a major new staging of Ethel Smyth’s opera – a powerful, cinematic psychodrama set on the Cornish coast, whose exhilarating score surges with stormy urgency. Robin Ticciati conducts.
22 May – 16 July
Michael Grandage’s five-star production of Mozart’s greatest comedy
When a womanising aristocrat tries to seduce his valet’s pretty young fiancée, his wife and servants conspire to teach him a lesson he’ll never forget. Giancarlo Andretta and Nicholas Carter conduct.
11 June – 14 August
A brand new production of one of opera’s greatest love stories
Mimi and Rodolfo are in love. But will it keep them together when jealousy, poverty and sickness all threaten? Floris Visser directs a new production of this Puccini classic. Jordan de Souza conducts.
2 July – 24 August
Seductive sorceress Alcina can conjure anything she wants – anything, except love.
A beautiful island and its even lovelier queen have beguiled the knight Ruggiero. But is all really as it seems? Spectacle and sensation collide in Francesco Micheli’s sumptuous new staging of Handel’s magical fable, originally scheduled for Festival 2020. Jonathan Cohen conducts.
22 July – 27 August
Donizetti’s glittering, sharp-edged comedy cuts to the heart of human nature
When two young lovers conspire to outwit an elderly miser they set in motion an exhilarating comedy of deception, disguises and just deserts. Mariame Clément’s mischievous production takes no prisoners, an elegant period staging full of clear-eyed, contemporary wit. Ben Glassberg conducts.
6 – 28 August
From intimate tragedy to giddy, surreal comedy: this double-bill has it all
Director Laurent Pelly takes on two contrasting French masterpieces. Poulenc’s La voix humaine is a musical close-up of unblinking intensity – a portrait of despair and passion that couldn’t be further from the playful wit of Les Mamelles de Tirésias. Robin Ticciati conducts.
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Glyndebourne Festival, which will run from 21 May to 28 August 2022.
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Glyndebourne opera house stands next to the country home of one John Christie and is now run by his grandson, Gus. The ‘family business’, as it were, has always been preoccupied with artistic excellence and talent, and for Decades, this has remained the touchstone of everything Glyndebourne stands for.
Glyndebourne has a myriad of traditions associated with it; the extended interval between acts in shows is one of them. This gives those attending the chance to dine at some of the region’s finest restaurants or serve up a gourmet picnic of their own on blankets and rugs sprawled across the grounds. Extravagance is encouraged; many bring their own tables, some embellish them with ice buckets and candlesticks, and almost everyone shows up in immaculate evening dress.
Extravagance is encouraged; many bring their own tables, some embellish them with ice buckets and candlesticks, and almost everyone shows up in immaculate evening dress to experience an evening of Glyndebourne opera that they will never forget, book your Glyndebourne Opera tickets now. Not to mention the tradition of catching the Glyndebourne train.
How to get to the Glyndebourne opera.
Travel to the festival has been made simple and accessible; a shuttle bus takes festival goers from Lewes, the nearest train station, right to the site of the festival and car parking is free for those who decide to use their own transport.
Opening times Please allow for plenty of time to explore and to get there; the grounds open at 3 pm on festival days, meaning that attendees have plenty of time to arrive and enjoy the Glyndebourne tour their surroundings before they take their seats for the performance.
options include everything from a champagne bar under a marquee, to a hot and cold carvery in relaxed and informal surroundings, for those who want to let their hair down after an evening of dramatic operatic action.You need to book dining or picnics. When making a dining booking you do not need your seat numbers, please enter your details only. When placing the order, you will have the option to enter the email address you would like all details of the booking sent to. We strongly recommend that you book online in advance at diningatglyndebourne.com
On your arrival
Pre-performance services start from 3.00pm Monday to Saturday and 2.00pm on Sunday
The Long Bar
considered the best rendezvous at Glyndebourne, The Long Bar offers a warm welcome to all. A full range of Champagne, Pimms, wines, beers, spirits, soft drinks, appetisers and sandwiches, teas and coffees are all offered and can be pre-ordered or purchased on the day.
The Lawn Bar
Glyndebourne’s beautiful grounds and gardens can be enjoyed prior to the performance from the Champagne tent on the lawn. Open in fine weather, it offers Champagne, Glyndebourne house red and white wines, Pimms by the jug or glass, beers and a selection of soft drinks.
Middle & Over Wallop Tea Rooms
The Ha Ha Tea can be found in the tranquil surroundings of the Middle & Over Wallop conservatory. The Pre-performance tea service includes freshly baked scones with Cornish clotted cream & summer fruit jams, finger sandwiches, French pastries, and a selection of teas & coffees. Champagnes & wines by the glass are available. Tables can only be guaranteed by pre-booking.
For a more relaxed afternoon tea visit the Mildmay Tearooms. The terrace and veranda are also open in fine weather. Tables cannot be pre-booked and are allocated upon arrival.
Glyndebourne support the much loved & long-standing tradition of picnicking and offer four types of a picnic, prepared in their own style. Available for collection on a pre-order basis from the Picnic Hut. They offer a Summer Picnic, Traditional Picnic, and an All Inclusive Traditional Picnic with Champagne, furniture & Porter.
Picnic Porter Service
If you have ordered a Summer or Traditional Picnic for an additional fee a picnic porter will take your picnic and any furniture to your chosen location and set it up for you. This will then be cleared away following the Long Interval or later if you choose to return after the performance.
The Short Interval
This short 20-minute interval during certain productions *please enquire. The Long Bar is open & beverage stations on the Circle & Upper Circle balconies.
The Long Interval
Dinner is served in all three restaurants during the Long Interval. Owing to the time constraints of the interval (80 minutes) it is necessary to pre-order your dining requirements in advance.
Middle & Over Wallop
Extensively refurbished this restaurant is designed on three levels with a glazed extension offering views over the South Downs. Fine dining can be pre-booked offering 3 courses.
Nether Wallop follows the style of The Christie Dining Hall which was the very first dining hall at Glyndebourne. It offers a very popular hot carvery with traditional roast beef and salmon en croute and a cold buffet. A sumptuous range of cold desserts is also available.
This restaurant looks out onto the magnificent walled garden. The restaurant offers a relaxed environment with an intimate setting for those who choose to dine on the balconies or al fresco on the veranda in fine weather. British theme menus focussing on quality, freshness and seasonal ingredients.