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Il barbiere di Siviglia. A young English aristocrat arrives in Seville to woo the lovely Rosina. However, she is being pursued by an unscrupulous older man, Bartolo and it is only with the ingenious help of the quick thinking barber, Figaro, that the situation is rescued.
New Production. Sung in English with Welsh and English.
Il Seraglio. A Spanish nobleman sails to the shores of Turkey to search for his beloved - who by this time is imprisoned in a harem and the apple of both the Bassa Selim's and the Chief Keeper's eyes.
Sung in German with English supertitles. Oct 22 is a Glyndebourne Performance for Schools programme.
The Almaviva household is fleeing the chaos of the Revolution, pursued by the evil Major who is plotting to kill them all. Susanna's frustration with her increasingly cynical husband, Figaro, propels her towards a one-night stand with Cherubino, now a rather sleazy nightclub owner who calls himself The Cherub. Meanwhile, the Count and Countess are scandalised by the revelation of each others' infidelities. They finally return to what remains of the Almaviva residence, and the Count and Countess are reconciled with one another, and with their fate, as revolutionary troops advance.
Sung in English.
3 MARCH - 3 MARCH
BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME, BIRMINGHAM
7 APRIL - 7 APRIL
THEATRE ROYAL, PLYMOUTH
24 MARCH - 24 MARCH
MAYFLOWER THEATRE, SOUTHAMPTON
21 FEBRUARY - 27 FEBRUARY
WALES MILLENNIUM CENTRE, CARDIFF
10 MARCH - 10 MARCH
VENUE CYMRU (FORMALLY - NORTH WALES THEATRE), LLANDUDNO
17 MARCH - 17 MARCH
31 MARCH - 31 MARCH
MILTON KEYNES THEATRE, MILTON KEYNES
Count Almaviva lusts after the delicious Susanna, Figaro's bride to be. The neglected Countess pines for her husband's attentions and, as she tries to make him jealous, love and suspicion abound. Figaro must unravel the threads before he and Susanna can tie the knot. Also performed as Figaro's Wedding and Figaro!. First performed at the Burgtheater in Vienna on 1 May 1786
Sung in English with surtitles in Welsh and English