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The Passion of Jesus

  • Theatre, Drama

Time Out says

Trafalgar Square's spectacular annual outdoor recreation of Jesus's last days

Interview: Seven things you didn't know about London's very own Jesus

Wintershall Players return with their huge (for which read horses, donkeys, doves and a cast of over 100) open-air re-enactment of 'The Passion of Jesus' on Good Friday, featuring volunteers from in and around London. Huge crowds are expected but big screens will ensure nobody misses any crucial plot twists. 

Having been cancelled the last two years, its 2022 outing represents the final hurrah for London’s very own Jesus, James Burke-Dunsmore. While there’s no official reason given for his retirement, one assumes he’s now rather older than JC was at time of crucifixion, and that Our Lord and Saviour will regenerate into a new form for 2023. In the meantime, here’s your last chance to watch a master (of Heaven and Earth) at work.


free. Runs 1hr 30min
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