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In a gloomy winter months, with many things cancelled or at least looking uncertain, local vicars from Hadfield, Glossop, Charlesworth & Gamesley, the Rev’ds Felicity Walters, David Mundy, Toby May and Nick Gurney, wanted to offer everyone in Glossopdale something to look forward to.
Although parties and theatre trips are sadly out this December, the vicars have come up with an online show produced by Oxfordshire based theatre company, the LAMPS Collective, as an event to mark on the calendar for the festive season.
The Church of England churches in the area have joined forces and bought into LAMPS’ Bread and Starlight Christmas show, and will host an online viewing on Sunday 13th December at 7.30 pm. After the show, viewers are invited to stay on ‘In the Bar’ at 8.45pm, drinks and nibbles to hand, to meet those involved in the production.
Bread and Starlight is a one-woman performance starring local actor and singer, Emma Jane Ramsden, who lives in Padfield, and who is a founding member of LAMPS. It is a show of story telling and song and is a grown-up take on the nativity story from the perspective of Elizabeth, Mary’s much older cousin, and it is suitable for adults and for older children.