Program and cast

Creative Team

Conductor - John Wilson

Original production conceived and directed for the Tour by Fiona Shaw

Revived and directed for the Festival by Fiona Dunn

Set Designer - Jon Bausor

Costume Designer - Nicky Gillibrand

Movement Director - Mike Ashcroft

Lighting Designer - Anna Watson

London Philharmonic Orchestra - Leader Pieter Schoeman

The Glyndebourne Chorus - Chorus Master Aidan Oliver


Pandolfe - Lionel Lhote

Madame de la Haltière - Agnes Zwierko
Eirlys Myfanwy Davies (16 June)

Noémie - Eduarda Melo

Dorothée - Julie Pasturaud

Cendrillon - Danielle de Niese

The Fairy Godmother - Nina Minasyan

First Spirit - Sofia Larsson

Second Spirit - Jacquelyn Parker

Third Spirit - Jennifer Witton

Fouth Spirit - Leslie Davis

Fifth Spirit - Rhiain Taylor

Sixth Spirit - Lauren Easton

Prince Charming - Kate Lindsey

The Master of Ceremonies - Romanas Kudriašovas

The Dean - Anthony Osborne

The Prime Minister - Michael Wallace

The King - Adam Marsden

Richard Bignall, Natalia Brzezińska, Sam Carl, Andrew Davies, Jade Moffat, David Shaw, Rachel Taylor, Pamela Wilcock

Jess Barlow, Ryan Munroe, Emily Pottage, Sophie Thorpe, Connor Williams

Children - Olive Dale, Megan Silburn

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Glyndebourne’s founders, John Christie and wife Audrey Mildmay, opened the first Festival here in 1934. Today our world-renowned auditorium and standards of excellence are testament to John’s original ethos: Not just the best we can do but the best that can be done anywhere.

In the years that followed, Glyndebourne continued to be headed by the Christie family, George Christie following in 1962 and then his son Gus, now Executive Chairman, in 2000.

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