Glyndebourne at Storyhouse

Experience Glyndebourne screened live to Storyhouse's theatre with an indoor garden party.
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Experience Glyndebourne at Storyhouse’s theatre this summer, with an indoor garden party.

Glyndebourne, found in the heart of the Sussex countryside, is one of the finest and most celebrated opera houses in the world. Each year the opera house stages the Glyndebourne Festival – a season filled with emotionspainted in bold musical colours and sprinkled in magic. 

This summer, for the first time, Chester joins in on a celebration of the flagship season with two classic operatic fairy tales streamed LIVE to Storyhouse Theatre. Audiencecan relish in the opportunity to dress up for a day, take advantage of exceptional opera and enjoy an indoor garden party complete with pop-up stalls including Pimm’s and Fizz offers, and complimentary canapes served during the interval. 

Tickets are £19.50, with 25% off for over 60s and under 26s. 

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