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Revenge, disguise, love, trickery and a wedding thrown in for good measure - but what's the story of Mozart's famous comic opera? Take a look at our synopsis, featuring pictures from Glyndebourne's latest production.
While Figaro is perfectly happy with the room, Susanna isn't best pleased as it's right next to Count Almaviva's chambers. The Count used to spend the night with his servant girls on their wedding nights, before their husband could sleep with them. After the Count married Rosina, he abolished this 'feudal right', but plans to reinstate it in time for Susanna's wedding. Picture: Robert Workman
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