Traffic came to a standstill in central Ealing on Good Friday while actors staged a dramatic performance of Jesus Christ's death on the cross, as believed by Christians.
The 'Ealing Passion' was organised by Christians Together in central Ealing and the performance was put on by volunteers from local churches.
Roman soldiers looking like modern-day thugs escorted a bloody and exhausted Jesus from Haven Green, through jeering crowds lining Ealing Broadway to the grounds of the church of Christ the Saviour, where the crucifixion scene was acted out.
Reverend Steve Newbold, vicar of St Stephen’s Ealing, said: "It was wonderful to see Christians coming together to retell the account of Jesus’ death.
"We are already planning to repeat the Ealing Passion in 2016."
Observers were invited to Easter services on Sunday where thousands of Christians across the borough celebrated their belief of Jesus’s rising from the dead.