Anyone who wants to engage with the Christmas story, from toddlers to pensioners and everyone in between.
What time is it?
We will be running one performance between 6.30pm and 7.30pm, with time at the end to grab selfies with the animals and human cast.
How long is it?
The performance will be around 45 mins long.
Do we need tickets?
Yes, yes you do - but the tickets will are free.
Where is it?
Villiers Square, Douglas. (Half way between Marks and Spencers and the sea - just off Fort Street).
Is it religious?
The story presented is the Christian story of the birth of Jesus, but it is presented in a way that is accessible and enjoyable to all.
Can anyone get involved?
We're looking for volunteers right now! Can you pick up sheep poop? Could you give out programmes, or litter-pick after the show? Maybe you would love, love, love to be in the choir? Perhaps you are keen to count people as they come in, or check tickets? If this is you (maybe your whole family together), send us a message in the 'contact us' bit below.
Who is involved?
Douglas Town Centre Management are working in partnership with a number of organisations, all of whom are working on plans, hoping that the funds come in to make this happen. Here's who's involved so far - more are in the pipeline...
Culture Vannin Manx Language Development Officer, Ruth Keggin Gell;
Unity Dance School;
The Salvation Army Band;
Volunteers from the Island's Churches and other communities;
Tevir Group (use of the Villier's Square site);
Rev'd Alex Brown (Part of Douglas Churches Partnership)