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The Rake's Progress - rehearsal gallery

Here's a glimpse into the rehearsals for our Festival 2023 production of Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress.

A selection of photos from rehearsals for our Festival 2023 production of The Rake’s Progress.

One of the great Glyndebourne classics, John Cox’s production returns to the Festival for the first time in a decade, bringing David Hockney’s much-loved designs to a new generation.

Photographer: Richard Hubert Smith

Carole Wilson (Mother Goose), Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell), Sam Carl (Nick Shadow) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Sam Carl (Nick Shadow), Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Carole Wilson (Mother Goose), Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell) and Sam Carl (Nick Shadow)

Sam Carl (Nick Shadow)

Sam Carl (Nick Shadow), Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell) and Carole Wilson (Mother Goose)

 Sam Carl (Nick Shadow), Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

 Sam Carl (Nick Shadow) and Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell)

Carole Wilson (Mother Goose), Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell), Sam Carl (Nick Shadow) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell)

 Sam Carl (Nick Shadow), Thomas Atkins (Tom Rakewell), Carole Wilson (Mother Goose), and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus


The Rake’s Progress is on stage FROM 4 – 27 August

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