Journey of the Magi – a Spectacular Christmas TreatPoster for Journey of the Magi performance on 21 December. Adult tickets £10 from 0121 643 6151 or email clerk@carrslane.co.uk.

Journey of the Magi is a sparkling production of dance, theatre, song and poetry. This is a family show: accessible to all, fun for the younger ones, thought provoking for the adults – and will encourage those unaccustomed to dance to come along.

The Church at Carrs Lane is hosting this 2019 performance of Journey of the Magi by Springs Dance Company. The Company comes to Carrs Lane just before Christmas, starting at 3.30pm on Saturday 21st December. Forget the last minute shopping and join the Magi on their journey to see the new born king.

Tickets:
  • Adult (17+) : £10
  • Child (up to 16) : £5
  • Family (2 adults +2 children) : £25

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Download a ticket order form

Three payment options:
  1. Fill in a ticket order form and send it with your cheque, payable to ‘The Church at Carrs Lane’, or
  2. Pay online by bank transfer to sort code 40-52-40; account name: The Church at Carrs Lane; account number: 00023787. Please quote reference ‘MAGI2019’ on bank transfers. Then, email your order form to clerk@carrslane.co.uk. Thank you!
  3. Call in to pay by cash and collect your pre-ordered ticket (0121 643 6151 Tues-Thurs, 8am-4pm.

Springs Dance Company returns to Birmingham with its 23rd Advent tour of Journey of the Magi. This popular, Christmas production is loved by all for the enjoyable, warm, easily-relatable story told through the wonderful performances of our outstanding dancers.

“Forget The Nutcracker, Springs Dance Company’s Journey of the Magi is the best Christmas show I have ever seen! I went along to see it one dark, wet and dismal night in Birmingham and I came out having been touched, amused and moved to tears. Journey of the Magi looks beyond the tinsel and trappings and reveals the real meaning of Christmas.”

David Bintley CBE, Artistic Director, Birmingham Royal Ballet

“A wonderful production, so accessible to every kind of audience, especially non-church goers. Opening up the meaning of Christmas.”

Rev Novette Headley