Wednesday, 13 January 2010

The Passion of Jesus in Trafalgar Square

On Good Friday, 2nd April, 2010 the first ever performance of the Passion of Jesus will be acted out freely to the public in Trafalgar Square by over 100 experienced actors.

The play will be acted by an accomplished group of over 100 actors from Wintershall estate in Surrey (www.wintershall-estate.com) where the annual event of the “Life of Christ” is performed to thousands together with other plays being the Wintershall Nativity and the Acts of the Apostles.

The reason the play is being produced is to remind the public in the Square of the reason why in our predominantly Christian country, the bank holiday of Good Friday is observed. It will act out the events leading up to Christ’s crucifixion, the Roman trial, the death of his human body on the Cross and his resurrection. All will be in biblical costume and the dialogue and music will be amplified throughout the Square and surrounding areas in accordance with the conditions imposed by the Greater London Authority whose Mayor’s office has given permission for the play to take place.

Support by the churches, demonstrates the unity of the denominations in the birth, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus. We hope to bring faith in Christ to those who don’t know about him, remind those who do, and develop faith as the greatest gift that mankind can have.

For further information contact the following:-
The Producer Peter Hutley 01483 892167 or Producer’s PA Susan Babbington 01483 892167

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