Webteam: May 2018
Riding Lights ROUGHSHOD
Five young people in search of their futures reveal some surprising stories of hope in their new faith-filled show for 2018 at St. Andrew's Church, Newcastle-under-Lyme, on June 16th at 7.00 pm.
A passenger on a train gets help from an unexpected stranger, a community is transformed by a shattering lesson, a small time crook gets an offer he can't refuse...
Mixing comedy, dramatic storytelling, spoken word and the personal experience of the actors themselves, Riding Lights Roughshod deliver a show that asks: what happens when God intervenes in ordinary lives?
Join our five performers at St. Andrew's Church, Newcastle-under-Lyme, on June 16th, 7.00 pm for an energetic, entertaining show about faith, hope and everything in between.
Tickets £5 in advance, £7 on the door, £3 for groups of 4+ teenagers. Most suitable for teenagers and adults.
Tickets available by calling 01782 616152
For more details about the Riding Lights ROUGHSHOD Theatre Company visit Church in the Westlands.
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