29 November 2023

Festival 2024 preview

Join us for a preview of our Festival 2024 programme.


Glyndebourne Chorus Director Aidan Oliver will expertly guide you through our Festival 2024 repertoire with excerpts performed by two of next summer’s artists, Kezia Bienek and Rhys Batt.

The one hour talk will be held at 6.30pm, with complimentary drinks served on arrival.

Location: Pigott Theatre, The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB
Date: Wednesday 29 November 2023
Tickets: £25 per person. Under 40s tickets £18 per person.

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‘Aidan’s presentation made me want to see all the operas!’ – Member
‘An incredibly interesting review of the summer operas. Aidan was superbly entertaining and informative.’ – Member

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