• Details

    A cheeky double dare results in false pretenses and true love in Mozart’s dark comedy.


    Nicholas Hytner’s period production goes on Tour

    Would you place a bet on your partner’s faithfulness? And would you disguise yourself to test it? That’s exactly what Ferrando and Guglielmo do, and the surprising results are spelled out in the opera’s title: Così fan tutte (‘Women Are Like That’).

    As the innocent trick veers off-course, boisterous hijinks ensue, souls are searched, and true love is born – at some cost.

    Chock full of sublime Mozartean melodies and dazzling singing, Così fan tutte is the third and last of the brilliant operas Mozart wrote with librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte (alongside Le nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni).

    It has been described as ‘a glorious soap-bubble’, ‘a deep and unsettling masterpiece’, ‘a musical lark’, and ‘a profound and terrifying tragicomedy’.

    All these qualities and more shine through in this gorgeous period production by Nicholas Hytner, former longtime director of the National Theatre.


    Booking dates for Tour 2017

    24 April 2017
    Ballot deadline for Tour Members (Glyndebourne performances only)

    5 June 2017
    Public booking opens (Glyndebourne performances only)


    See Così fan tutte at a venue near you

    7-26 October
    Glyndebourne

    31 October-2 November
    Canterbury, The Marlowe Theatre
    Book now

    7 November-10 November
    Woking, New Victoria Theatre
    Book now

    14 November-16 November
    Norwich, Theatre Royal

    21 November-23 November
    Milton Keynes Theatre
    Book now

    28 November-30 November
    Plymouth, Theatre Royal
    Book now


    More details to be announced soon. Sign up to our newsletter for updates.



  • Dates

    Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne 7 October 2017
    Glyndebourne 13 October 2017
    Glyndebourne 17 October 2017
    Glyndebourne 20 October 2017
    Glyndebourne 23 October 2017
    Glyndebourne 26 October 2017

    Canterbury


    Canterbury, The Marlowe Theatre 31 October 2017
    Canterbury, The Marlowe Theatre 2 November 2017

    Woking


    Woking, New Victoria Theatre 7 November 2017
    Woking, New Victoria Theatre 10 November 2017

    Norwich


    Norwich, Theatre Royal 14 November 2017
    Norwich, Theatre Royal 16 November 2017

    Milton Keynes


    Milton Keynes Theatre 21 November 2017
    Milton Keynes Theatre 23 November 2017

    Plymouth


    Plymouth, Theatre Royal 28 November 2017
    Plymouth, Theatre Royal 30 November 2017