Richard Bratby

A sugar rush for the eyes: Glyndebourne’s The Merry Widow reviewed

Plus: more operetta magic at Wilton's Music Hall, courtesy of Charles Court Opera

The director said that he had MGM in mind, and he delivers in spades: Glyndebourne's new Merry Widow. Image: © Glyndebourne Productions Ltd. Photo: Tristram Kenton

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