The Commonwealth Online games Opening Ceremony at Birmingham was criticised for seeking like a “left-wing drama university production” by political commentator Darren Grimes.
Birmingham opened its Commonwealth Games in magnificent model with a captivating, hopeful ceremony at Alexander Stadium.
Prince Charles opened the Video games as he read through a information from the Queen contacting Birmingham “a groundbreaking city… symbolic of the loaded diversity and unity of the Commonwealth”.
The Prince of Wales was greeted by Simon Topman MBE Deputy Lieutenant when he initially arrived at the Athletes’ Village this afternoon.
He was then introduced to Dame Louise Martin, President of the Commonwealth Online games Federation, Hannah England, Mayor of the Athletes Village and Lord Bilimoria CBE, College of Birmingham Chancellor.
Fireworks adopted as LED lights lit up in the group and Birmingham’s very own Duran Duran entered to convey the social gathering to an conclusion as the big bull swayed its head to the defeat.
Mr Grimes expressed his disappointment and tweeted: “I won’t be able to watch the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.
“I believed it would be a celebration of Britain and the relaxation of the nations, instead, it seems to be a remaining-wing drama university generation that is mad on identification politics.”