The first open-air production of The Passion of Jesus was 2010 – and since then it’s become a massively popular Easter staple.
No matter the weather, on average over 20,000 Londoners have pitched up to Trafalgar Square every year since to watch the re-enactment of the last three days of Jesus.
The performance covers his arrest and crucifixion on the Friday before his resurrection on Sunday. Performed by the Wintershall Players the cast is joined by horses, doves and a donkey.
Just be sure to take along warm clothing, a brolly and get there in plenty of time!
Good Fri 19th April, 12pm + 3.15pm: The Passion
FREE – Trafalgar Sq, WC2N 5DN
Parental guidance is advised as the Crucifixion is very realistic
The performances will also be shown via a FB live stream