About the Show/Event
Information for A Christmas Carol at Middle Temple Hall, Outer London (Play). Dicken's original story of Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas past, present and yet to come. This story has been adapted many many ways but the true magic and the great mix of fright and delight comes only from returning to the original. First staged in 2012 and firmly established as one of London's most magical Christmas treats, this joyous festive celebration combines the ghostly tale of Ebenezer Scrooge with original songs inspired by the carols of a traditional Victorian Christmas. Step off the bustle of Fleet Street and journey through cobbled alleyways and gas-lit courtyards to arrive at the hidden historical gem Middle Temple Hall
Approximate runtime 120minutes (including any interval).
Performers Geri Allen (Mrs Cratchit/Mrs Fezziwig), Megan Ashley (Belle), David Burt (Ebenezer Scrooge), Chris Courtenay (The Ghost of Jacob Marley), Elliot Fitzpatrick (Fred/Young Scrooge), Lucy Ford (Martha Cratchit/Fran), Jacob Fullagar (Tiny Tim/Boy Scrooge), Katie Lovell (The Ghost of Christmas Past), Timothy Mylechreest (Mr Carter), Haydn Oakley (Bob Cratchit), Nigel Richards (The Ghost of Christmas Present/Fezziwig), Noah Swer-Fox (Tiny Tim/Scrooge), Matt Whipps (Peter Cratchit/Teen Scrooge).
Author Charles Dickens. Company Antic Disposition. Director Ben Horslen. Director John Risebero. Design John Risebero. Music Nick Barstow (musical supervisor). Musical Director Ben Everett-Riley. Sound hwo Holloway. Director Rosie Williamson (children's director). Stage Manager Harriet Saffin.