The Pavilion Theatre
Press-ganged into the navy at nineteen, flogged for desertion and torn from the girl he loves, John Newton feels he has nothing to live for. Making his way into the harsh world of the eighteenth century transatlantic slave trade, he makes his living as an abusive trafficker of human flesh. He is a man beyond redemption, making enemies of all he meets, on his way to hell.
Then one stormy night, with his ship going down, he faces certain death…and nothing is the same again. This is a powerfully moving story of slavery, freedom and the remarkable power of love and grace to transform a life.
Amazing Grace! How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me!
I once was lost, but now am found
Was blind, but now I see!
Please note this performance is suitable for age 12 and above.
Running time: 2 hours including one interval.
Tickets are available cash only from the Box Office.
Tickets are also available from Church Office at St Aldhelms Church Weymouth.
All Tickets: £7.50
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