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Highlights from Festival 2022

What a summer!

It’s been an extraordinary summer – our first full Festival since 2019, and a vintage one at that with all productions receiving five-star reviews. Thank you to all who joined us for a stellar season, we hope you loved it as much as we did.

Take a look back at some of our Festival 2022 highlights – from bonfires to 40,049 babies.

Re-live Festival 2022 on Glyndebourne Encore

All four new Festival 2022 productions will be available on our opera-on-demand streaming platform, Glyndebourne Encore, before the end of the year – joining our growing collection of world-class opera for you to enjoy anytime, anywhere.

Subscribe today and for just £79.99 a year (or £59.99 for Glyndebourne Members) you can access a catalogue of Glyndebourne productions, available to watch on demand.


Join us next year

We’ve got another extraordinary season of opera lined up next summer – from our new productions of Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites (delayed from Festival 2020), Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Handel’s Semele; to the return of two iconic productions, Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Stravinksy’s The Rake’s Progress.

Become a Member today and secure priority booking for Festival 2023, plus a host of exclusive Member benefits.

Under 40? Our Fortissimo Membership offers under 40s 50% off a pair of tickets every year, as well as access to priority booking and Member benefits. Find out more here.

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