Richard Bratby

The final scenes are a knockout: Glyndebourne’s Don Giovanni reviewed

Plus: Garsington's Barber of Seville looked good, sounded delicious and the audience laughed even before they’d had their picnics

The more than usually ambiguous sidekick Leporello (Mikhail Timoshenko) and a compelling Don Giovanni (Andrey Zhilikhovsky) in Glyndebourne's new production. Credit: © Glyndebourne Productions Ltd. Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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