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Glyndebourne revived: charting the return of Britain’s biggest opera festival

Glyndebourne became a byword for flexibility in 2020, with its improvised programme of outdoor shows and socially distanced performances. As this year’s festival prepares to open, its managing director and artistic director tell George Hall why continuing to stage work and keeping artists employed remain top priorities

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