The Wintershall Nativity - London

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Cheap The Wintershall Nativity Play tickets at the BBC Broadcasting House Piazza and All Souls Church

 

The Show

The Wintershall Nativity is a beautifully entertaining play for everyone, as well as a gentle reminder of the Christian principles which serve as guidelines for so many peoples' lives: love, kindness, care for all, patience and forgiveness. 

This year, this wonderful annual production can be seen as usual in its regular venue of the Holly Barn Theatre at Wintershall, but such is its popularity that this second, London-based production of the play will also take place at recently vacated former BBC headquarters, Broadcasting House.

 

The Story

The nativity tells the story of the birth of Jesus Christ, from the arrival of Joseph and Mary at the inn, to the visit from the three wise men. This very special presentation provides a moving and memorable experience for young and old of any denomination.

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