Sheffield theatre stages show Kaleidoscope to look at faith and modern life

Kaleidoscope, a show that explores questions of faith in the 21st century, is on stage at the Local Theatre, Sheffield on Friday (Sept 27).

Tuesday, 17th September 2019, 11:58 am
Updated Saturday, 28th September 2019, 10:03 am

In a crowded house a man walks a new walk, young lovers set a teeth-chattering example of faith, a gangster starts up in the forgiveness business, a fool dreams of escape on a rocket to Mars and there’s a jaw-dropping moment for prisoners when singing unlocks the doors.

The show, from Riding Lights Theatre Company, asks can “the rich kaleidoscope of the good news of Jesus reveal new patterns which are life-changing in the 21st century?

“Is there an influencer we can trust to tell us the truth? Delight in us for who we are and help us build a community which values everyone?”

Tickets are available from or on the door.

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The show starts at 7.30pm at the venue in Snig Hill, Sheffield.