Brett Dean’s critically acclaimed production of Hamlet returns to Glyndebourne, featuring tenor Rupert Charlesworth in the role of Laertes.

Hamlet, which was described by press as “a magnificent new opera” (The Times) and “unmissable” (The Sunday Times) after it premiered at the Glyndebourne festival in the summer, opened for the Glyndebourne tour on 21 October with a “splendid” Charlesworth as the grief-ridden Laertes (Bachtrack).

Hamlet remains in Glyndebourne for two more dates before heading to Canterbury, Norwich, Milton Keynes and Plymouth. For tickets and further info, please click here.

Photo credit: Richard Hubbard Smith