WIFLO

1988 – Waterford International Festival Of Light Opera Season Brochure

Here is the 1988 season brochure for the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera. Operettas were still dominating but a noticeable shift to the more modern show was noticeable this year. Click below to have a browse. 1988 – WIFLO Season Brochure

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1994 WIFLO Season Brochure

1994 was the year that De La Salle entered with ‘The King And I’ after scooping the AIMS best show award. We had 2 productions of Chess – Playback Productions and eventual winners Carrick On Suir. Here is the Season brochure for a browse. 1994 – WIFLO Season Brochure

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WIFLO Season Brochure – 1986

Here is another one of those vintage WIFLO season Brochures – this time it’s from 1986. Have a browse below. 1986 – WIFLO – Season Brochure.

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1989 – Waterford International Festival Of Light Opera – Season Brochure

1989 – the year that De La Salle College represented Waterford in the Festival with ‘How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying’. Have a browse below. 1989 – WIFLO – Season Brochure

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Video – Behind The Scenes At Guys And Dolls 2006

Here is a feature filmed and edited by John and Richie Hayes – behind the scenes at Guys and Dolls 2006 produced by Flaggy Lane Productions.

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2000 – WIFLO SEASON BROCHURE

This was the year when Bryan Flynn brought his Waterford production of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ into the festival with a host of local and national talent. Have a browse – it’s all in here with the full listings of the 2000 festival. Click below to have a read. 2000 – WIFLO Season Brochure

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1991 – WIFLO Season Brochure

Here is the 1991 Season Brochure from the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera. No Waterford entry that particular year, but worth including for completeness. Click below to have a browse. 1991 – WIFLO – Season Brochure

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The Waterford International Festival of Light Opera (WIFLO)

The Waterford International Festival of Light Opera or WIFLO as it was more affectionately known was one of the main reasons (the other being The Tops) that Waterford enjoyed a status of being the ‘Mecca’ of Musical Theatre for a considerable part of the last 40 years. From it’s early days when it attracted entries from all over the UK …

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