Alexandra Coghlan

You’ll shrug where you should marvel: Garsington’s Amadigi reviewed

Handel's rarely staged magic-opera deserves better than the screensaver projections of Netia Jones's new production

Netia Jones's production of Handel's Amadigi is striking but has little to say about the people who emote and writhe within it. Image: Julian Guidera

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