A date for your diary – The Hiding Place at Bangor Elim Pentecostal Church
The Hiding Place, a play based on the life of Corrie ten Boom, will be performed by members of the Oddments Theatre Company at Bangor Elim Church on Saturday 14th March 2020. The production will run from 7:30pm – 10pm.
Founded in 1981, the Oddments Theatre Company sees to communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ through performance, incorporating Biblical stories with explorations of social and moral issues.
Here is a little more about the play they will be performing on 14th March –
‘The Hiding Place is the story of Corrie ten Boom, a Christian woman who lived in Haarlem, Holland during World War II, and her family. Corrie saw the horrific threat the Nazis posed to the Jewish people and decided that she couldn’t just sit back and do nothing. With the help of an Underground regime, her family’s faith and a man called Fred, Corrie was able to create a safe place for Jewish people to hide in her family home.
But what could the ten Booms do when they were arrested?’
“The Hiding Place was brilliant, a very moving and heartfelt performance.”
The Hiding Place at Bangor Elim Church
You can book your tickets online now
Book your tickets by logging on to the Oddments Theatre Company website here.
You will find Bangor Elim Church at 13 Balloo Crescent, Bangor, County Down BT19 7WP
Find out more about the Oddments Theatre Company and keep up to date with their news and events on their Facebook page here.