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Tony Award-winning director Diane Paulus makes her Glyndebourne debut with this bold new Carmen. Intensely physical and visceral, Paulus’s staging – our first new production of Bizet’s opera in over 20 years – will ask the question: ‘What does Carmen mean today?’

The answer is an urgent statement about the human struggle for dignity and freedom in the face of oppression. The action unfolds in the borderlands, in illicit, underground communities, exploring makeshift homes, desperate lives and those living them. There are no villains and victims here, just damaged people struggling to survive in a brutal world.

Expect edgy choreography and stunning design in an unapologetically raw take on a classic tragedy from an American theatre giant.

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Date And Time

Thursday, May 16, 2024 to
Saturday, August 24, 2024

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