F Cannon: September 2017
Saturday 2nd December 2017 at Huntingdon Methodist Church at 4.00pm.
Journey of the Magi is a sparkling Christmas production of dance, theatre, song and poetry, inspired by T S Eliot's poem.
A reminder not only of the famous journey the wise men made following the star to Jesus, but also of the journey each of us makes every year in preparing for Christmas day. A mix of laugh-out-loud funny, moving and entertaining scenes offer a chance to reflect and refocus. Enjoyed by children and adults alike.
'Forget The Nutcracker, Springs Dance Company's Journey of the Magi is the best Christmas show I have ever seen! I went along to see it one dark, wet and dismal night in Birmingham and I came out having been touched, amused and moved to tears. Journey of the Magi looks beyond the tinsel and trappings and reveals the real meaning of Christmas.' — David Bintley CBE, Artistic Director, Birmingham Royal Ballet
Ticket Prices: Adult = £4.00 Family = £10.00 Children under 5 Free
Booking now available through the Circuit Office by telephone on 01480 454979 or by email at: email@example.com
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