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A note from Seán Walsh about his latest publication…

Seán Walsh writes: Just now published on 

ebook or paperback… Did I say book? More like a booklet… Two readers/actors, two mics. Can be performed on any platform – church, sanctuary, hall… in the round… 25 minutes, give or take… Plenty of time for discussion afterward…audience participation… In a series of scenes, Pilate and his trusted C O,  confer. Asides. How to subdue and dispel these troublesome Jews? Good Friday from a Roman perspective…

With a Forward by Fr Martin Hogan…

Strikes me that if this were brought to the attention of ACP members – indeed, priests everywhere – some of them might be spurred to run with it…A rehearsed reading… two scripts, two stands.

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  1. Martin Hogan says:

    This is a powerful little play that approaches the Passion story from a very original and thought-provoking perspective. It would be an ideal stimulus for reflection on Jesus’ final journey if it were performed sometime during Holy Week.
    We are putting on this play here in the parish church of Saint Canice in Finglas Village on Wednesday of Holy Week, 27th March, at 7.30 pm. All are welcome.

    1. sean walsh says:

      Thank you, Martin. But for your encouragement, the dramas I have written over the years against the backdrop of the first Good Friday might never have come to pass:
      At the Praetorium, Three for Calvary, Pilate Under Pressure 1, Conclave: Inside the Sanhedrin and (your favourite, I reckon) Veil… (All available on / eBooks and paperbacks.)

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