Back for its 17th year, the Road to Bethlehem once again promises to be a fun night out for families.
THE Road to Bethlehem is back for its 17th year and is once again set to dazzle and entertain kids, parents and grandparents alike.
The walk-through nativity drama that uniquely depicts the meaning of Christmas allows people to step back in time to witness the birth of Jesus.
Featuring stunning costumes, breathtaking sets, Roman soldiers, shepherds, sheep, camels, angel choirs and a real baby Jesus, the event immerses visitors in the origin of Christmas.
Committee member Naomi Sopi said old favourites the mean king, the lost wise men, camels and cranky donkey were back and the event once again promised to be special.
“The Road to Bethlehem reminds people of the real meaning of Christmas and brings the story to life,” she said.
The event takes place at Livingston Seventh-day Adventist Church from December 10-12, starting at 7pm each night.
The Road to Bethlehem tells the story of the origin of Christmas.