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In the Market for Love

Images from our socially distanced autumn production of Offenbach’s In the Market for Love.

the Glyndebourne stage has come to life once more with indoor performances of Offenbach’s In the Market for Love.

Captured by photographer Richard Hubert Smith.

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In the Market for Love company

Ciboulette (Nardus Williams)

In the Market for Love company

Madame Mangetout (Michael Wallace)

Madame Mangetout (Michael Wallace), Mademoiselle Bouillabaisse (Brenden Gunnell) and Madame Beurrefondu (Rupert Charlesworth) 

Harry Coe (Kate Lindsey)

Left to right: Madame Beurrefondu (Rupert Charlesworth), Ciboulette (Nardus Williams), Police Inspector (Matthew Rose), Mademoiselle Bouillabaisse (Brenden Gunnell) and Madame Mangetout (Michael Wallace)

Raflafla (Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts) and Mademoiselle Bouillabaisse (Brenden Gunnell)

Police Inspector (Matthew Rose)

Raflafla (Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts) and members of the Glyndebourne Chorus

Ciboulette (Nardus Williams)

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Madame Beurrefondu (Rupert Charlesworth), Mademoiselle Bouillabaisse (Brenden Gunnell) and Madame Mangetout (Michael Wallace)

Madame Beurrefondu (Rupert Charlesworth)

Police Inspector (Matthew Rose), Madame Beurrefondu (Rupert Charlesworth), Mademoiselle Bouillabaisse (Brenden Gunnell) and Madame Mangetout (Michael Wallace)

Harry Coe (Kate Lindsey)

IN THE MARKET FOR LOVE is on STAGE now

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