Water into Wine

Water into Wine is a brand new live one-man comedy show about Jesus’s top three miracles.

In an unscientific straw poll of people who don’t go to church on social media, James Cary discovered three miracles are a lot more famous than the others:

  1. Jesus turns water into wine.
  2. Jesus feeds the five thousand.
  3. Jesus walks on water.

What does these miracles all have in common?

They are all in the Gospel of John. In fact, Jesus turning water into wine is a John’s gospel exclusive. And it’s happens in Chapter 2 right at the start.

Why does Jesus open with that one? What’s he doing at this wedding? Why did he initially refuse to do the miracles? When did he actually do it? What about Steve and Shirley, or whoever it was who got married? Why aren’t they mentioned?

Delving further and further into story, it turns out that this miracle opens up the whole of John’s gospel.

And James Cary, sitcom writer and stand-up theologian, wants to tell you all about it in his new one-man show.

Water into Wine is a smart, fast-paced comedy show that takes John’s gospel seriously and finds the funny.

The show is previewing in November 2021 and will tour the UK in 2022. Contact James if you want to book a performance at your church or theatre.

Preview Dates

2nd Nov 7.30pm St Mary Magdalene, South Bersted, Bognor Regis More Info & booking

12th Nov 7.30pm Winklebury and Worting Parish Church, Basingstoke More info & booking

19th Nov 7.30pm St John’s Church, Knutsford, Cheshire BOOK TICKETS HERE

27th Nov 7.30pm St Anne’s Limehouse, London BOOK TICKETS HERE

30th Nov 7.30pm St Mary’s Sileby (nr Loughborough) BOOK TICKETS HERE

3rd Dec 7.30pm St Peters, Bishops Waltham (nr Southampton) BOOK TICKETS HERE

More dates for 2022 to be announced.

About James Cary

James has plenty of experience writing comedy for mainstream secular audiences, having written episodes of Miranda, My Family, My Hero, Citizen Khan and Shakespeare & Hathaway. He also has also taken a deep dive into John’s Gospel, having based his latest book, The Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer, on John, published by SPCK, following up The Sacred Art of Joking.