In 2012, the Erasmus Bridge was the scene of the national television spectacle, The Passion, a narration of the story of Jesus Christ. A large stage had been erected under the Erasmus Bridge on the Willemsplein for thousands of spectators. Danny de Munk and Berget Lewis played the main characters, while others, including Frans Bauer, Charly Luske, Pierre Wind and Rotterdam’s own Sander de Kramer, Hugo Borst and John de Wolf, also featured in the cast. At the end of the performance, Danny de Munk appeared at the top of the Erasmus Bridge, singing the Marco Borsato song “Saying goodbye doesn't exist”.'

2012; THE PASSION.

By Ronald Rijntjes

In 2012, the Erasmus Bridge was the scene of the national television spectacle, The Passion, a narration of the story of Jesus Christ. A large stage had been erected under the Erasmus Bridge on the Willemsplein for thousands of spectators. Danny de Munk and Berget Lewis played the main characters, while others, including Frans Bauer, Charly Luske, Pierre Wind and Rotterdam’s own Sander de Kramer, Hugo Borst and John de Wolf, also featured in the cast. At the end of the performance, Danny de Munk appeared at the top of the Erasmus Bridge, singing the Marco Borsato song “Saying goodbye doesn't exist”.'

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