This is a re-telling of the Pentecost story from the perspective of two onlookers.

Extract from the script:

Merchant. Where is it?

Woman. Where's what?

M. You know, the party.

W. What party?

M. The street party.

W. Well, there's bit of a fuss going on over there, near the Temple.

M. That'll be it! I got word there was a load of folks drinking in the street. I figured they might well need a few more bottles. You know, with the festival on. Good for business. And with this amount of folks - it's be very good indeed for business. (Rubs his finger and thumb together)

W. Whose business?

M. Mine! Where are they?

W. There. (She points)

M. Brilliant. I can hear the shekels tumbling already.

W. Bit early in the day, don't you think? For drinking.

M. Not for me. Any time's a good time to sell a few bottles. And with this many customers I'll be able to take the rest of the week off! Look at the numbers. Kerching! (Rubs his hands) Right let's get over there and... oh no!

W. What?

M. It's them again. That lot!

W. Who?

M. The bunch who ruined that wedding.

W. Well, they look like they're having a good time, I'd get over there while the going's good.

M. No point. And just when I thought my ship was in...


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