For the third time in its history, the Passion Bretagne (Loudeac) will host the Europassion Congress from Thursday 1 May to Sunday 4 May 2014.
The Passion Trust is organising a group registration so please do let us know as soon as possible if you would like to come. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
- Saturday 18 January 2014
- 9:30am – 5pm
- Cost is £55 per person including lunch and refreshments
Fundraising Evening (Optional)
Friday 17 January 2014
- Performance of a one-man passion play: ‘The Man who Changed the World’ by Mark Topping (details to follow)
- 7pm, with drinks reception (Canapes and Cava)
- Reduced cost of £10 for conference delegates
What is the future of Passion Plays in the UK? Our third annual conference continues to explore future possibilities for passion plays and biblical drama in the UK. Join us for an inspiring day of talks, seminars and workshops and speakers.Read More
The event represents an opportunity for people who are interested in and associated with the concept of ‘Mystery Plays’ to get together and share their experiences and ideas for future developments. It also presents the chance for us to share with you some of the wonders of the Lincoln Cycle, its heritage and the myriad opportunities this historical text represents to City and County.Read More
Passion Play Conference – Tuesday 14 February 2012
The first conference ever on Passion Plays. Find out how easy it is to bring these community plays to the public in your city. It’s the only time to meet field experts in one place.
Directors, Producers, Writers, Actors, Musicians involved in Passion, Nativity or Mystery plays. For Journalists & TV reporters covering Christianity & faith. And anyone who wants to network in this area.
Dinner & wine provided by Londons top delicatessen Jacobs.
The evening will consist of three talks with Q&A followed by an open forum discussion.
Chaired by Sir Jack Stewart-Clark producer of the Glasgow & Dundas Life of Christ plays & Louisiana State Penitentury Passion Play.
The subjects are:
Traditional plays -Peter Hutley Producer of Trafalgar Square, Guildford & Wintershall
Historic perspective – Professor Christine Allison. PHD Cornish Medieval Passion Plays.
Modern plays – Director & Producer of Glasgow Edinburgh plays & director of Cutting Edge theatre company.
Forum on how to produce them.
Delegates will be able to hear from the experts of the best known events in the UK.
Brompton Oratory, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RP.
St Wilfreds Hall has been provided by kind permission of Father Julian Large of the Oratory.
Car parking is available with limited capacity.
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Tuesday 14th February 2012. 6-10pm.
(Nothing to do with Valentines day. The hall was free that evening).
- To help put passion plays on across the UK.
- Once put on, they tend to unify churches & communities.
- The audience & cast are educated & moved by the best story ever told.
- Once started they often continue once the cities see how good they are.
This evening is for anyone who is remotely curious in putting an event on in his city or town. The evening will attract professionals involved who can help. The Passion Trust is set up to resource & facilitate people who want to put these events on.
For canapes, dinner, drinks & the conference.
Donate £45 or more by clicking on the following website: www.bmycharity.com/passionconference
This will confirm your place & reserve your dinner.
Any dietry requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download a Programme for the conference – here.
The talks will be videoed for PR purposes and used for the website.