We are a young group of volunteers from the Family International who've come together to form a theatre group in London.

With our plays, we address controversial and difficult issues everybody faces in today's society. We perform all over London and the UK with one goal in mind:

Encouraging our audience to take control of their futures, and challenging them to make a difference!

Sunday, 23 May 2010

Well here it is finally, the video we've been working on, this was our very first play & the one that got us started.
It's based on a vision seen by the prophet John in the book of Revelations in the Bible, & describes these four mysterious horsemen who will ride in the time of the end.
This play depicts the struggle they will have over the hearts & minds of mankind.

Thursday, 22 April 2010

Heya, here we are performing our play at St. Michael's catholic school. We've been working with St. Joseph's Catholic Church in South Oxhey to help with their Youth Alpha course, & we've been performing in different schools to promote the course & launch party.

The launch party will be at St. Joseph's 7pm Sunday, April 25th. Free food, drinks, DJ and live entertainment.

Be there!!!

Wednesday, 14 April 2010


Hey everyone, we've been spending time recording the plays on video, this is going to be the official new version of our Four Horsemen play. We're still working on editing the footage, & as soon as we have the video we'll put it up, but heres a couple pictures of us on location.
Here's DJ as War
Sam as Death

& here is David, our project manager & amazing cameraman/director/producer/stuff-guy.

Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Symbols of Easter
Curtis Peter Van Gorder

Coloured eggs and rabbits are perhaps the most popular symbols of Easter, but we need look no further than the Easter story itself to find some more meaningful ones—and each has a story to tell.

I am the Bread. At the last supper the Master ate with His disciples before His death, He gave thanks and broke me, and shared me with them. "Take and eat," the Master said. "This is My body, which is broken for you. Do this in remembrance of Me" (1 Corinthians 11:24). He was the Bread of Life, sent from Heaven by God to give life to the world (John 6:33). Earthly bread can sustain for a day, but whoever comes to Him shall never hunger. "Man does not live by bread alone" (Matthew 4:4). No, you need something more. That something is Jesus.

We were all touched and transformed by the Master. Let Him touch you today, and He will transform you too.

I am the Wine. After the bread, the Master poured me into a cup. "This cup is the new covenant in My blood, which is shed for you" (1 Corinthians 11:25), He told His disciples. Even though He knew He was about to die an excruciating death, His heart overflowed with selfless love for others—and it does to this day. He would have shed His blood for you alone, and He would do it all over again, just for you. He loves you that much!

I am the Scarlet Robe. Those who draped me over the Master's body did so in jest, saying, "Hail, King of the Jews!" (Matthew 27:28-29). If only they had known how right they were!—And not King of the Jews only, but King of Heaven and earth, "King of kings and Lord of lords, who alone has immortality, dwelling in unapproachable light" (1 Timothy 6:15-16).

I am the Cross. There once was a tree that grew strong and tall over many years, only to be hewn down and carted off in a day. But instead of being held and shaped by a master carpenter into something useful but ordinary—a chair or a table or a door, perhaps—it was fashioned into a rough cross that held the carpenter Master (John 19:16-18). I was the tree that became that cross. I held Him as He died for the world—even for those who killed Him. I was made an instrument of death, but I became a symbol of God's unfathomable love and His gift of eternal life.

I am the Empty Tomb.
I held His lifeless body for three days and three nights, but the grave could not contain Him. In the twinkling of an eye, with a blinding flash of light and a burst of power from on high, He conquered death—and not for Himself only, but for all who receive Him as their Savior.

I am the Garden.
As dawn broke that first Easter Day, I was transformed from a place of mourning into a scene of great rejoicing when angels asked, "Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but is risen!" (Matthew 28:2-6; Luke 24:4-6).

Sunday, 28 March 2010

Horsemen Redo

Well, here we are working on  a new play, we've been upgrading all our costumes & props cause we wanted something fresh & new for this new year. 

Thursday, 25 March 2010

Horsemen revamp!

The Horsemen have been busy revamping and updating the plays ,costumes and props etc.Getting ready for the Spring/Summer witnessing.

We came out of hibernation to perform the plays for the Heads of a couple schools.
They liked us even though this is the first time we performed the plays with the new cast and updated version. It looks like we will perform for the pupils of the schools in the next few weeks which will be cool.
Don't have many pictures as the photographer was a little busy, but here are a couple that turned out ok. (Tks.Angy)

Monday, 28 December 2009

Some pictures of recent events