Hollywood star Michael Sheen is back in Wales for the second Easter running - this time to attend the premiere of a film made out of his epic production of "The Passion". In 2011 Sheen made headlines around the world when he returned to his home town of Port Talbot to co-direct and star in a non-stop three-day production over the bank holiday weekend.
A 21st Century version of Christ's life written by Owen Sheers the, Welsh Rugby Union's current Artist in Residence, the play sees Sheen as a Christ-like figure who attracts followers whilst resisting a company exploiting the local community.
The one-off production attracted rave reviews, with Sheen calling the project the most ambitious thing he'd ever done, involving a cast of more than a thousand volunteers and professionals in multiple locations around the town.
The production has now been adapted into a two hour film entitled "The Gospel of Us" by Dave McKean, and Sheen will tonight attend its world premiere at the Apollo Cinema in Port Talbot.