God's Architect

Discover the Story of the Visionary behind Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia.

Preview Show Tickets £8 (£6 concession)

Tickets may be booked Online via Eventbrite (booking fees apply) or reserved by calling 0749 534 7884.  Doors Open 7pm. Unreserved seating.  Please arrive in time to choose your seat.  Latecomers may be refused entry.

Performance run time: 50 minutes.  Post show chat and refreshments.

AGAP Theatre Presents


Written and Directed by Stephen Callaghan


Genius? Madman? Saint? Antoni Gaudí, the internationally renowned visionary architect most famous for Barcelona’s “Cathedral of the Poor”, the Sagrada Familia, is recreated in a vibrant new multimedia drama, written and directed by Stephen Callaghan, which explodes with colour and creativity, and encourages us to make the most of every moment. 


As the 100th Anniversary of the death of fiery, enigmatic and eccentric architect, Antoni Gaudí, approaches, following last year’s Fringe hit Oggie! Oggie! Oggie!, AGAP Theatre returns with a bold new production that tells his story. Through performance and visual projection. God’s Architect, who overcame health complications and opposition, to realise a plan that he believed was divinely inspired, is brought to life by writer, director and performer Stephen Callaghan, with Jacqueline Glencorse and Russell Wheeler. 

Russell Wheeler


GAUDI is playing at C Venues Aurora Studio (Venue 6) 19-25 Aug at 6.20pm. Support us by buying a ticket from the website.

Jacqueline Glencourse


Download our free resources to accompany the performance.  Designed for schools and others who might wish to explore the play’s themes.


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AGAP Theatre Presents


Glasgow-based playwright and theatre-maker Stephen Callaghan has written extensively on faith-related subjects in new and challenging ways, often infused with the humour and style of his native city, His plays have been performed widely in local venues and schools around Scotland, including a commission from the Vatican for an International Conference held in Glasgow in 2022 and the acclaimed The Margaret Sinclair Story commissioned by the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh, which premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016. His latest solo show, Oggie! Oggie! Oggie! premiered at Lentfest 2023, and following its Fringe success was performed extensively across Scotland during a subsequent tour of secondary schools. Together with his wife, Rachel, he directs the work of Callaghan Theatre Productions

and is also the Creative Director of the Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project (AGAP).

Technical Director Zach O’Neill who created the visual projections has been with the company since 2019 providing lighting and sound design for all productions as well as fulfilling operator roles in both disciplines. He is joined on the production team by Niamh O’Donnell as Stage Manager.

The cast have all performed with AGAP before.  Russell Wheeler, an accomplished musician has deployed his technical and creative talents in various ways with the company in past productions as well as performing as one half of the folk duo, Heelster Gowdie.  He is joined by Jacqueline Glencorse and Stephen Callaghan, making up a cast of three actors who portray a total of nineteen characters!  Prepare for the most energising history lesson you’ve ever had!


Writer/Director/Actor/Arts Practitioner/Voice Artist