Written and Directed by Andrew Sykes
Pontius Pilate, Governor of Judea for 10 tumultuous years has returned to Rome, his career over. The man who judged Jesus is now under judgement himself. He has time to reflect on his decisions, the mistakes he made that led to conflict and loss of life, and time to reflect on the time he spent with Jesus.
This is a brand new short play exploring the life of Pilate, the man who made the decision to send Jesus to the cross. Playing in eight intimate venues across the North East of Scotland, “Pilate: A Man of Mistakes and Missed Opportunities” is a new venture from the Aberdeen Passion project.
8 Performances in 8 Intimate Venues across the North East of Scotland:
- Aberdeen – Aberdeen Christian Fellowship, Union Grove – Saturday 21st March
- Fraserburgh – Fraserburgh Baptist Church Hall – Wednesday 25th March
- Inverurie – St. Andrew’s Parish Church – Thursday 26th March
- Peterhead – Peterhead Old Parish Church (The Muckle Kirk) – Friday March 27th
- Ellon – Victoria Hall – Saturday 28th March
- Stonehaven – St. Bridget’s Hall – Wednesday 1st April
- Banchory – Banchory West Church – Tuesday 7th April
- Dyce – Dyce Parish Church – Thursday 9th April
Doors open at 7pm with the performance beginning at 7.30pm and lasting for approximately 1 hour. Each performance will be followed by a time of fellowship over refreshments. ALL PERFORMANCES ARE FREE TO ATTEND. AN OPPORTUNITY WILL BE GIVEN TO DONATE TOWARDS THE COST OF STAGING EACH PERFORMANCE.
Please note: different actors from the Aberdeen Passion Plays theatre company will be performing on different nights.