Many of you will remember the outdoor performances of Star Safari, a Nativity, in 2011 and 2014. The weather is more unpredictable these days, so we’ve adapted it for indoor, daytime performances in four very special places, including here at St Michael’s, of course. We have a long tradition of putting on home-grown theatre here.
- Southwell Minster
- St Michael’s Church, Bramcote
- St Peter’s Church in Nottingham
- St Mary & St Laurence, Bolsover.
Under the auspices of Headland Theatre, you’ll see many very familiar Bramcote faces among the cast of 18!
What to expect
They’ll take you on a journey from a rebellious census on the streets of Bethlehem to a place of last resort at the back end of town. Everywhere is heaving – so just how did one young couple’s arrival in town throw so many
lives into disarray?
Do I need to visit more than one venue to see the entire play?
No. You will see the full play in each venue unlike previous years when we showed the promenade play in different locations.
How can I book?
- book online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/headland-theatre
- buy a ticket from Pat Ashworth (0115 916 3043)
- Pick up a leaflet from church to share with family and friends.
Join us in St Michael’s church on Saturday 10 December, at 12 noon or 3pm. Tickets are £12 (adult), £10 (concessions) or there’s a family ticket for four.
Below is a photo of rehearsals for our 2022 performances.