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"WITNESS" is......

an exciting, new, semi-staged musical that tells the story of Easter through the eyes of those who witness it — then and now.

WITNESS involves the participation of young people (aged 9-19) who enjoy singing and drama.

The performance will be on the afternoon of Palm Sunday (April 9th) at Trinity Church, Conduit Street, Abingdon.

Taking part is free and rehearsals will take place at Trinity Church on the weekends of April 1st/2nd and 8th/9th at Trinity Church. T

here are 12 songs in WITNESS, 8 of which involve the full chorus.

From the chorus, six major solo parts will be cast, along with several smaller solos.

A flyer, further details and booking form are attached.

The composer, director and leader is James Garnett a professional musician and teacher who is a member of our Circuit and is training for the ministry.

Please click on the attached icons (which you will find under the under the image of the cross) for a flyer and booking form.

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