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Mikela and Cody are grounded. Mikela can't go to a cool party with her friends, and Cody is sick of having a moody older sister - he just wants to play war games without her sticking her nose in! Mikela takes refuge in number 28, a house on the street that was once occupied by a sad old lady, Margery Allen, but has since burnt down. What they find in the blackened ruins is a secret from World War II which will change their lives forever. The Face in the Mirror
, the new show for Welsh National Opera's Singing Club of 10-14 year olds, is ideal for ages 8 years and above. It is a moving introduction for older children and young people to the issues of World War II and its effect on people and communities.Music Lynne Plowman. Lyrics Martin Riley. Presented by Welsh National Opera. Company WNO Singing Club. Musical Director Dan Perkin.
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