On Sunday Evening, 27th January, 2013 in The Linbury Theatre at The Royal Opera House, London we will travel to far away places, through time, on a Golden Journey.
Creating an atmosphere that evokes its colourful past, this Golden Journey takes us through the centuries along the fabled Silk Road. Celebrated actors, in the age-old tradition of that route, will tell us stories; legends and histories that bring us exotic characters, redolent of romance, of bravery and of adventure, enhanced by authentic, haunting music and mesmerising dance. At times beautiful live animals will grace the stage as we follow the fascinating road from its distant past until today.
The Golden Journey is being performed to help the Wild Camel Protection Foundation. The critically endangered Wild Camel has managed to survive and overcome insuperable odds through courage and ingenuity.
The mysteries of his survival and the safe guarding of his environment are vitally important to mankind.
The WCPF not only protects this animal but has initiated a vital educational programme with the Chinese and Mongolian Governments to educate the people bordering the desert so they understand the importance of sustaining their unique eco-system – the habitat of the Wild Camel.
After the journey, and still in the Royal Opera House, there will be a superb Chinese dinner.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS STUNNING EVENT AT THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE (Linbury Theatre)
TELEPHONE: 00 44(0)1722 782210