Where can I see Passion Plays from Easter 2023?

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Did you miss seeing a Passion Play this year?

If you couldn’t find a Passion Play near you this year, you don’t need to miss out! We have a wealth of videos, interviews, newspaper reports, and testimonials on our website. 

 

Stafford Passion Play

Saltmine Theatre Company partnered with Love Stafford to bring a Passion Play to the streets of Stafford with multiple performances.

Absolutely fantastic retelling of the Easter Story. Had a gulp in my throat throughout and was very emotional but came out feeling happy that the story has been portrayed to the people of Stafford in a modern way. Thankyou all who helped to putting this production on. 

You can visit their Facebook page below to view hundreds of photographs!

You can find out more by following links to their website and Facebook page here. 

 

Leek Passion Play

Manna Theatre Company performed their Passion Play in Leek. Listen to one of the videos of Mary Magdalene from their Passion Play and find out more by following links to their website and Facebook page here. 

It was such an incredible display of God’s love to us. Thank uou Manna, and God bless uou and all who saw this performance today. Brilliant.
 

 

Edinburgh Passion 

The Edinburgh Easter Play was performed in Princes Street Gardens under the imposing Castle.

I have been a member of this cast since 2005…first Dundas then Princes Street Gardens. I loved every minute of it, made many amazing friends, learnt new skills and further developed my own personal spiritual journey. Do go along to a rehearsal and learn about it….hopefully it will be the start of another part of your life’s journey. God Bless

Watch their video to find out the story behind the Edinburgh Passion Play.

You can find out more by following links to their website and Facebook page here. 

Jesus stands with his hands held out and two Roman soldiers with red cloaks, helmets and spears stand on either side of him. In the background are the rooftops of Edinburgh city.

 

Worcester Passion

The Worcester Passion Play took place in Cathedral Square on Good Friday morning. Hundreds of people watched from the square and from the balcony restaurants above as actors performed the story of the ultimate sacrifice.  The Worcester Passion Play brought the Passion of Jesus Christ to life: his trial, suffering, and death. 

The play ended with the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the empty tomb. The audience saw Mary and the other disciples at that tomb on the third day, heartbroken and hopeless, only to find Jesus alive to give them new hope and purpose.

You can watch footage in four parts on You Tube here. You can find out more by following links to their website and Facebook page here.