Upcoming: Glow In The Dark Puppetry Show

October 28, 2014

The Salvation Army West End Community Church [WECC] Blacklight Mime and Puppet Ministry will be presenting ‘Glow Party’ on Saturday [Nov 1] starting at 7.00pm at the Earl Cameron Theatre, City Hall. The production involves young people from the ages of 8 – 20 doing Glow in the Dark [blacklight] puppetry along with help from a few friends.

Doors open at 6.00pm and the event features Glow Puppets, Big Snipes, United Dance Productions, Bermuda Squad, Geneman, Fusion Fitness, Aaron Spencer and more.

Tickets may be purchased online at ptix.bm or from locations including Salvation Army Churches, Polished Nail Boutique, Shairon’s Hair Salon or Caesar’s Pharmacy. Tickets cost $15 for children [12 & under], $25 for adults and $35 for patrons [reserved seating]. Glow items and refreshments will be available for purchase [cash only].

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In explaining the background, a spokesperson said, “On October 28, 2007 young people from The Salvation Army West End Community Church and St. George’s Corps joined together to participate in Cedar Hill Corp’s Puppet Festival. The afternoon of ministry was hosted by puppets through song and dance with a devotional dramatization by Major Susanne Fisher. With standing room only, hundreds of people gathered to witness and be blessed by this truly extraordinary event.

“The young people were so inspired by this unique ministry experience that the WECC leaders decided to develop a puppet team at our church (corps). Puppet practice is held at WECC on Fridays at 7:00pm with an average of twenty puppeteers ranging in age from 10 to 20 years old, and supported by adult participants and leaders – including Joanne Fubler, Coral-Lee Browne, Leanne Hollis and Puppet Director Tamiko Ramabuke.

“Over the past 7 years the WECC puppet ministry has performed four full-length Christmas musicals and ministered throughout the year on Youth Sundays, participated in open-airs services, the Bermuda Divisional Carol Festival and during the youth services at all three Salvation Army Corps throughout the island.”

“Our mission is to share the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ in a unique and memorable way and develop a youth outreach ministry that is life-changing and impactful to our puppeteers.”

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  1. nana says:

    Very nice keep up the good work God is pleased with all your efforts