You want a drama for that special service but have limited time or resources? Here’s your guide!
The days are short and the wind cold,
and in our houses there are dark, shadowy corners.
But with love and hope
help us to bathe our world in sparkle and wonder.
It’s not too late to use one of these two scripts in your Christmas service. One is a monologue, one a two-hander, scripts can be held and improvisation wouldn’t hurt. Go on, cheer up your church!
Short advent-candle lighting scripts with weekly themes of the future, justice, joy and peace.
Short advent-candle lighting scripts with weekly themes of expectation, preparation, justice and joy.
White Wine In The Sun by Tim Minchin – a sentimental atheist song about Christmas. It’s very good really, if a little odd. Discuss.
Ever wondered why the wise men were late to the birth of Jesus? Satnavitivity reveals the simple truth.
We love funny videos. We love the Christmas story. We love it when they go together.
Like everyone else we at DramatisDei are forced to think about Christmas sooner than we want to. Also like everyone else we want to complain about it. Moan moan moan.
The Epiphany is when we celebrate the Magi visiting the new-born king. But what was this star they followed? The BBC Nativity suggested a conjunction of planets. Have they got it right?
Epiphany is the traditional ending to Christmas, but as the pretty lights and colourful decorations get stowed away for eleven months the walls look kind of bare…
Could ethical gifts give you a new perspective this Christmas? As the economic conditions continue to looks gloomy and the factories of southern China struggle to cater for all our crazy advertisement-fuelled whims this festive season, the ethical gift catalogues blossom. Here is a pick.
The ideas and inspiration for writing can come from anywhere – our Script of the Month “The Hotel Inspector” came from necessity – and television.
Over the past few years a manufactured and misplaced Christian outrage has dampened the happiness of the modern Christmas tradition of the Christmas Stamp.