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Performer: The Grange Festival

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AlresfordLa CenerentolaNew production

Rossini: La Cenerentola (Cinderella)
David Parry; Stephen Barlow; The Grange Festival; Andrew D. Edwards; Josè Maria Lo Monaco; Nico Darmanin

AlresfordA Midsummer Night's Dream

Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Anthony Kraus; Paul Curran; The Grange Festival; Gabriella Ingram; Patrick Terry; Rhian Lois

AlresfordManon LescautNew production

Puccini: Manon Lescaut
Francesco Cilluffo; Stephen Lawless; The Grange Festival; Adrian Linford; Elin Pritchard; Samuel Sakker

AlresfordMy Fair Lady

Loewe: My Fair Lady
Alfonso Casado-Trigo; Guy Unsworth; The Grange Festival; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

AlresfordDance@TheGrange

New Work
Mthuthuzeli November; The Grange Festival; Edward Watson
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The Grange Festival's Falstaff hits all the right notes

Robert Hayward (Falstaff) © Clive Barda
Comic opera can fall flat, but if The Grange Festival's new production of Verdi's final masterpiece is a total delight, with a strong concept and a strong cast. This is country-house opera at its best.
*****
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Matrimonial mayhem: Le nozze di Figaro at The Grange Festival

Simona Mihai (Countess Almaviva) and Roberto Lorenzi (Figaro) © Clive Barda
Lloyd-Evans' new production of Mozart's classic might be traditional, but there's no lack of astuteness in his direction of his characters. Problems in the pit hinder an otherwise strong musical performance.
****1
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A knockabout Seraglio at Grange Festival

Jonathan Lemalu (Osmin) and Paul Curievici (Pedrillo) © Simon Annand
Directing Entführung at the grand old age of 85, John Copley gives us plenty of fun in the Pasha's palace. 
***11
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Ludicrous, but brilliant: Barber of Seville at The Grange Festival

John Irvin (Almaviva) and the Grange Chorus © Simon Annand
From the stately front of The Grange, an impressive moustache looms large, welcoming the audience to a production of Rossini's masterpiece that baffles, confuses and delights the audience.
****1
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Agrippina triumphs at The Grange Festival

Anna Bonitatibus (Agrippina) © Robert Workman
A resounding success at its 1709 première, Handel’s Agrippina gripped the ear and dazzled the eye at the Grange Festival in a hugely entertaining and powerful performance.
*****
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