Mike and Clair Stones
My wife and I were privileged to attend "From Darkness to Light". We would like to congratulate all those concerned in staging what was a very moving and thought-provoking occasion. Readings were aptly chosen and well delivered and music performed to a high level. Above all it was entirely appropriate that surviving members of the DLI, there when the camp was liberated, should be part of the parade. Moving also were the lines of children, each carrying shoes and the pile of footwear assembled at the font symbolising the victims.
Truly it inspired us to believe that such evils should never be forgotten and that every effort be made to ensure that the like never happens again.
In July 2011, InterOpera presented Riverside Plays Opera.
Think of opera and the image of a sumptuously-decorated, chandelier-lit theatre springs to mind. Ahead of us, the huge stage and the pit below, full of orchestral players…Then as the lights dim, the Maestro brings down the first beat and the curtains are drawn aside…we enter a world of drama and wild imaginings…Leave all sense of reality at home ...
Read the Riverside plays Opera programme.
Take a look at the Riverside plays Opera gallery.