“Where were you when….?” is often a question asked when a ground breaking, globally traumatic or history shaping moment occurs. You know the kind, the first man on the moon, JFK, collapse of the Berlin Wall, 9/11. Well, where were you on the day that Christmas almost got cancelled? Where were you yesterday morning? Where were you when Santa took a ride on the Duke of Wellington’s horse, was eventually led down by the Fire Brigade and then escorted away by a couple of Glasgow Police Officers as cries of “free Santa” filled the city centre?
A fantastic traditional version of the Nativity play directed by Ross Mcnab. An outdoor production at Holy Corner finishing at Edinburgh Elim for the final scene followed by coffee and festive refreshments. Tickets are free but must be ordered in advance - email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 652 0968.