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Oh My God! It's The Church on Friday 17th May 2019
*This show is a rescheduled show. The original date was 22/11/18. All tickets from this date are valid for this new date*
Oh My God! It’s The Church is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before and yet also as familiar as your Grandmammy’s biscuit tin. Nominated for ‘Live Act of The Year’ at the 2017 AIF Festival Congress Awards, this Leftfield Church service has their congregation rolling in the aisles and dancing on the pews! With Shotgun Weddings, Absinthe baptisms and hymns to set your Soul on fire, it truly is a Church service like no other.
Fronted by insane preacher The Right Reverend Michael Alabama Jackson, their Mission from Gawd is to bring people together through Funk, Soul, Disco and their holy water- Absinthe… lots and lots of Absinthe.
Do YOU need saving? Do YOU want to kiss the ring redemption? Do YOU believe in Sexy Jesus? Your answer will no doubt be yes, so spread the word and bring your own congregation to come and be blessed, baptised and all leave believers together from the Pentecostal party that leaves everyone on their knees begging for more.”
After their biggest summer season to date, Oh My God! It’s The Church head to one of their favourite UK cities to help see their year out in style. Expect dancing, expect a riot and expect the main man Sexy Jesus there himself!
Oh My God! It’s The Church: An all singing, all dancing, party church service where ALL are welcome!
“Unashamedly blasphemous… go see it!” – Drowned in Sound
“a hilarious treat” – Gigwise.com
“Absolutely unbelievable” – Nozstock Festival
Nominated “Live Act of the Year” – AIF Festival Congress Awards 2017
Music Genres: Alternative
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