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It's Christmas Even and London is aglow with excitement and charity. The wealthy and powerful celebrate their bounty and cheerfully dig into their purses to brighten the spirits of those in need. But for Ebenezer Scrooge Christmas only gets in the way of his debt collecting. His clerk, Bob Cratchit, even expects the day off! And Scrooge's nephew Fred, wrongly imagines his uncle will find the time for a Christmas visit. Humbug! Arriving at his lonely gloomy home, Scrooge is confronted by a vision of the face of his long dead business partner, Jacob Marley. Scrooge can hardly believe his eyes. Marley warns Scrooge to expect visits from three ghosts; The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. A new magical dance adaptation for all the family of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol
featuring the voice of Eric Sykes as narrator. Undeniably one of the world's favourite Christmas tales, this is the fable of the miserly Ebeneezer Scrooge and his long suffering employee Bob Cratchit, as Scrooge experiences a series of ghostly visitations before he sees the error of his 'Bah Humbug!' ways.
Performers Eric Sykes (voice as narrator), Kevin Richmond (Scrooge), Greg Horsman (Bob Cratchit), Laura Hussey (Mrs Fezziwig), Emma Greenhalgh (Belle), Oxana Panchenko (The Ghost of Christmas Past).
Book by Dickens. Producer Raymond Gubbay. Producer SBC (in association in Tiny Tim Productions). Choreographer Christopher Hampson. Author Mup Comer. Director Christopher Hampson.
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