Actors set to recreate the biblical scene on Sunday
Visitors to Brighton beach will get a glimpse what it was like to see Jesus feed the five thousand this Sunday.
A re-enactment is taking place where free fish and sandwiches will be given to those gathered. It's been organised by the Bible Society and local charity Crossover.
Artistic Director James Burke-Dunsmore will be playing the role of Jesus and he told Premier's Des Busteed on the News Hour why it's taking place:
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