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A play re-enacting the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus, performed by just one actor, is coming to Wantage.
Actor, Mark Topping is staging Impossible God at Wantage Methodist Church on Wednesday 28th March at 7:30 pm.
In the drama numerous characters — servants, soldiers and disciples — relive their experience of the death and resurrection of Jesus.
"The drama is a powerful exploration of events at the heart of Christianity," says Mark Topping. "You are taken on an imaginative journey and challenged to look again at Jesus of Nazareth and reflect on what it means."
Tickets are £5 and can be obtained from: 01235 760335 or 07710 214601.
Mark Topping is a professional actor. He has toured England, Wales and Ireland for many years performing Impossible God and other one-man plays. He has appeared as John Wesley on BBC TV. Theatre work includes Much Ado About Nothing, Anne Boleyn, Yes Prime Minister, Four Minutes Twelve Seconds, A Chorus of Disapproval, Travesties. He is the narrator of numerous audiobooks.
The devotional book 'An Impossible God' was written and adapted for the stage by author, actor, broadcaster and Methodist minister, Frank Topping.
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