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Hark! A nativity story

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The whole world is about to change . . . but first the forest of Greenwood is getting very crowded indeed.

Apprentice Angels are looking for a Shepherd, a Shepherd is searching for a lost Sheep and a disguised King is hunting for a very special Baby. Confusion reigns, identities mistaken and loyalties betrayed; will things ever get sorted out?

Come and see the story of the first Christmas as you’ve never seen it before. A charming, funny and enchanting re-telling of the Nativity story, jam-packed with beautiful music, audience participation and bags full of family fun.

Too crowded? Is there room left for anything more? Join Saltmine Theatre Company this Christmas to discover that there is a place for everyone in this story.

Date: Saturday 1st December 2018.

Doors open: 2.30pm for a 3pm start.

Location: Above Bar Church, 69 Above Bar Street, SOUTHAMPTON SO14 7FE.

Tickets: £7 adult, £3 child (3-16yrs), £20 family (2 adults and up to 4 children, 0-2s free) - available online or on the door. 

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Purchase your Hark! A Nativity Story tickets through this website by selecting the appropriate ticket and pressing the Add to Cart button below - this will open a new tab and start a PayPal cart.

You can add additional tickets to this cart by returning to this page and selecting the next type of ticket you wish to purchase and then clicking Add to Cart again. This will add it to the PayPal cart and you can then finalise your purchase through the PayPal page.

If you would like us to post your tickets you will also need to add “Postage £1.00 GBP” to your cart to cover postage and packaging costs. If you don’t select the postage option then we will be in touch about how you would like to collect your tickets.

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Contact the Above Bar Church office for any ticket purchasing enquiries.

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