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On a cold Christmas Eve, four spirits conspire to show Ebenezer Scrooge the error of his ways. His old business partner, Jacob Marley has returned from the dead to offer him a second chance, if he can change his mean and miserly behaviour. Nowhere are the effects of poverty more keenly felt than in the Cratchit family, especially by their youngest son, Tiny Tim. As Scrooge's inspirational journey shows him both the hardship and love of those around him, he is reminded of his own powers of charity and kindness. An adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic - one of the most loved short stories ever written. In one ghostly Christmas night, cold-hearted businessman Ebenezer Scrooge learns to pity himself and to love his neighbour - but is that enough? A festive tale of redemption and compassion.Book by Charles Dickens. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Adapted by David Edgar. Director Rachel Kavanaugh. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Catherine Jayes. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Director Georgina Lamb (movement director).
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