Alton Webteam: September 2015
Riding Lights Theatre Company is touring a brand new show, called BAKED ALASKA, full of all the sharp comedy and fantastic high-energy story-telling for which the Company is well known. And BAKED ALASKA is coming to the Church on the Heath at 7.30pm on Thursday 1st October.
As you may know, the entire international community will meet in Paris in December to discuss how to deal with the problems caused by global warming.
What will the show be like? There will be live music, puppetry and gripping drama as the actors tell incredible stories from the four corners of our wonderful, awe-inspiring planet, given to us by our Creator. In an atmosphere of great entertainment, there will be a call to raise our voice as Christians. We can expect insights and challenges, as well as laughter and merriment, plus a very great deal of hope — that together we can avoid the catastrophe the scientists are predicting.
This is a great opportunity to come with friends and family, especially to bring those who may be undecided about the urgency of all this.
Book your tickets while you still can. Tickets cost £12 full price or £9 for concessions. If you're a youth group leader ask me for details on group prices.
Available from the Church on the Heath website or after the Sunday morning services at the Church on the Heath
From the box office, 01904 613000 or book online at www.ridinglights.org
Most importantly. Don't miss it. This is a new way to think about Climate Change. Let's grab this chance to come together and seize hold of all the hope packed into the heart of this delicious BAKED ALASKA!
Church on the Heath 7.30pm Thursday 1st October
Please get in touch for further information
Environment & Faith Festival 2015
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