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Hark! A nativity story at a Norwich church 

Saltmine Theatre Company will return to St Stephen's Church in Norwich this Christmas. They will be presenting Hark! A Nativity Story on Sunday December 15 at 5pm.

 



Come and see the story of the first Christmas as you've never seen it before. A charming, funny and enchanting retelling of the Christmas story, jam-packed with beautiful music, audience participation and bags full of family fun.
 
Tickets now on sale from the Church Office (Monday to Friday 10.00am - 3pm) or between 11.00-11.30am every Sunday. 

Adults             £10
Concessions   £8
Under 12's      £5
Family ticket   £20 (2 adults and 2 children)
 
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to be part of an amazing family pantomime this Christmas.

About the show

The whole world is about to change…but first the forest of Greenwood is getting very crowded indeed. Confusion reigns, identities mistaken and loyalties betrayed; will things ever get sorted out?

Come and see the story of the first Christmas as you’ve never seen it before. A charming, funny and enchanting re-telling of the Nativity story, jam- packed with beautiful music, audience participation, and bags full of family fun.

Too crowded? Is there room left for anything more? Join Saltmine Theatre Company this Christmas to discover how there is a place for everyone in this story.


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