If you fancy a really intense watch of a Sunday (it is God's day after all folks) why not watch the residents of Nicker (it's a place) in Limerick re-enact the Passion of the Christ in what was Ireland's first 24-hour play. Filmed during Holy Week, the whole community got involved to transform their village into a stage fit to present the unscripted drama. You may think this all sounds a bit odd, but thousands of people came to see it and it had quite an impactt on the amateur actors who performed in it, as well as those that watched it. Whether you are religious or not, it definitely was an impressive feat for this small rural community.