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The Nativity

27 November - 3 December 2022

by Tony Harrison from his trilogy The Mysteries and directed by John Savage

Running time is approximately 2 hours 15 minutes including interval.

The Nativity is the first of Tony Harrison’s trio of memorable adaptations of the traditional mystery plays. It tells the Biblical story from Creation to the birth of Christ. The play is about myths, legends and stories and not specifically about religious beliefs or their promotion. This is no infant school play however, but an exciting performance which includes music, dance and song. Think of God in a hard hat on a building site!

Our small theatre will be used in a highly imaginative way and includes an exciting departure from our normal seating arrangements - there will be eight unreserved seats on the stage giving audience members the opportunity for a more immersive theatre experience. As the play unfolds you may be ushered into a different seat on the stage or even invited to stand for a while by a member of the cast. These special seats are available via our TicketSource website alongside our usual auditorium seats. You will need to hurry though if you want one of the stage seats, they are likely to go quickly.

This amateur production of "The Nativity" is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.


David Middleton
Lucifer, Herod
Geoff Prutton
Adam, Shepherd 2
Huw Morgan
Abraham, Joseph
Jacqui Cassidy
God, Shepherd 1 and Woman 2
Jeremy Davies
Noah, Mak
Julia Osterly
Satan, Son of Herod
Julia Grygorenko
Abel, King 3
Julianne Mullen
Isaac, Mak’s Wife and Death
Margaret Johnson
Gabriel and Messenger
Maria Casey
Mrs Noah
Rebecca Hill
Eve, King 1 and Woman 1
Richard Tinworth
Cain, King 2 and Soldier 4
Samantha Murrell
Boy, Mary

Creative Team

John Savage
Jeremy Davies
Musical Director
Moira Wallace
Stage Manager
Catherine Little
Set Design
Jennie Mendé
Chris Mason
Lighting and Sound Design
Jeremy Davies & John Morissey
Chris Sly
Front of House Manager

Production Photographs

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