Reflection on war
OPERA for youngsters takes to the stage of the Guildhall this weekend as a story from World War Two gets set to music.
Face in the Mirror is performed by children aged 10 to 14 from the Welsh National Opera's Singing Club.
It is aimed as an introduction to opera for young people aged from eight up and is a moving introduction to the issues of World War II and its effect on people and communities.
Bored and grumpy with each other, Mikela and Cody stumble upon a house up their street that was once occupied by a sad old lady, Margery Allen, but has since burnt down.
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What they find in the blackened ruins is a secret from World War II which will change their lives forever.
Guildhall spokesman Joe Schiavon said: "You don't want to miss out on this one-off spectacular opera, right on your doorstep.
"With the recent rise in the popularity of the opera this is a massive coup for us to have the Welsh National Opera's youth set up performing right here in Gloucester."
Tickets cost £5 for adults, £3 for children or £9 for a family of three, from 01452 503050.