Play explores life of Bl Oscar Romero

'Romero - Heartbeat of El Salvador' is a new play by RISE Theatre in association with The Archbishop Romero Trust, looking at the life and legacy of a man who chose to challenge those in power and stand up for social justice. There will be a special performance on Saturday, 23 September 2017 at 12pm at St Stephen's with St John, Rochester Row, London SW1P 1LE.

The true story of Blessed Oscar Romero and his heart for the oppressed people of El Salvador is brought to life with explosive energy and passion from the Rise Theatre team, accompanied by an original soundtrack from James Joshua Otto and an inspiring graffiti set designed by Gage Graphics. Entrance is free (sponsored by the Archbishop Romero Trust)

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Later that day, at 3pm, a special Evensong at Westminster Abbey in honour of the Blessed Oscar Romero, will include the first performance of a specially commissioned anthem by internationally acclaimed composer, James MacMillan.

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Tags: Rise Theatre, Blessed Oscar Romero, Romero, Heartbeat of El Salvador

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