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Published March 20th 2018
Update March 17th 2020
Fact or Fiction, History or Hoax?
Trinity City is building a reputation for great entertainment. With such previous storytelling brilliance as their Christmas Steps series: Road to Bethlehem, Christmas Fix and Christmas Around the World, The Mark Drama promises to be another great performance with a great message.
Easter Sunday is more than just a chocolate coated holiday for Christians. They believe that Jesus rose from the dead. Do you wonder if this really did happen? Maybe it is the biggest viral April Fools hoax ever? Are Christians the real April fools? Curious? Come along to Trinity City this Easter season and find out.
The Mark Drama is on Tuesday March 27th at 7:30pm with doors opening at 7.00pm. Two other performances are being performed at St Barnabas Croydon on Saturday 24th March and Sunday 25th March at 7:30pm. Adult tickets: $10 and concession: $5.
The Gospel of Mark
The life of Jesus told in this dramatic presentation of Mark's Gospel will leave you surprised, shocked and greatly moved. The life of Jesus is one of the most amazing stories ever told. Performed as theatre-in-the-round, The Mark Drama is told in 90 minutes. Vivid and powerful, it is an amazing experience for Christians, and it's also great for anyone who has questions about the Christian faith. Tickets are only $5 each at Trinity City. Bookings are essential.
The Mark Drama is on at Trinity City
Even more drama, music and mayhem is on for kids on Sunday 1st April, when children aged three to twelve are invited to eggs-pose what really happened that first Easter. Meet at 10:30am in Trinity City church for music, drama, craft and an Easter Egg hunt!