Looking for something fun, cultural and relevant to do during the Easter Holidays this April?
Godspell is a rock musical from the early ’70s created by final year Drama student, John-Michael Tebelek when he was left cold by the Easter service he attended in New York.
It takes the story of Jesus into a hippie context and gives his message of love a delightful and exciting relevance that 21st century audiences will love.
“In April 2015, I was asked to show the DVD of Godspell to a Year 10 RE class at my school. The happy memories of being in Godspell in Ireland when I was 16 came flooding back,” shared co-director Fiona Brennan-Scott.
“I have recently realised it was the year Tebelek died, aged 36.”
Godspell will be a fundraiser for the Harwell Village Hall Redevelopment Fund, which is currently without a stage.
It is therefore going to be staged in Harwell’s St Matthew’s Church where the audience can expect many surprises including a Steph instead of a Stephen and the presence of some surprisingly disreputable woman!