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Benefits

Find out how we thank donors like you

In recognition of the vital role our supporters play, we offer opportunities to enjoy more of Glyndebourne:

Be named in our programme book (£150+)

To make a donation click here and give £150 or more to be named in our programme book.

Ebert Room Club (£1,000+)

  • Invitation to a pre-performance reception during the Festival
  • Personal acknowledgement in the Festival Programme Book

To make a donation click here and give £1000 or more to become part of the Ebert Room Club.


Circle (£5,000+)

  • Invitation to a pre-performance drinks reception during the Festival
  • Invitation to a rehearsal
  • Invitation to purchase up to two additional Festival tickets in priority booking
  • Recognised as members of The Glyndebourne Circle in the Festival Programme Book
  • A tailored relationship with a member of the Development team
  • Explore ways to become a Circle supporter

Old Green Room Society (£10,000+)

  • Pre-performance access to Glyndebourne’s Old Green Room on each visit
  • Invitations to events during the year
  • Invitations to attend rehearsals
  • Annual Festival pass to park in the VIP car park
  • Recognised as members of The Old Green Room Society on our exceptional giving page in the Festival Programme Book
  • Personal bespoke booking service from the Development team which includes top priority access to tickets
  • A tailored relationship with a member of the Development team
  • Explore ways to become an Old Green Room supporter

Syndicate (£20,000+)

All benefits of Old Green Room Society, plus:
  • Priority access to purchase up to 20 tickets for a chosen performance
  • Private use of the Old Green Room for interval dining with the offer of pre and post-performance reception on a night of your choice (if available) with an opportunity to meet members of the cast
  • Explore ways to become a Syndicate Supporter

Sir George Christie Association (£50,000+)

All the benefits of the Old Green Room Society, and a tailored relationship with Glyndebourne.

Image credits: Alcina, Festival 2022, photo by Tristram Kenton | The Rake’s Progress, Festival 2010, photo by Alastair Muir | Il barbiere di Siviglia, Festival 2016, photo by Bill Cooper | A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Festival 2016, photo by Robert Workman | Die Zauberflöte, Festival 2019, photo by Bill Cooper

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