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Set on an icy Christmas Eve where the meanest man in London is tormented by the three Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. Can this ghostly chorus of story tellers and singers save Ebenezer Scrooge from the terrible fate of a dark future and set him on the road to redemption? Taken on three journeys, Scrooge is shown happy memories from his past, cruel images of the present and terrifying scenes of Christmases yet to come. A Christmas Carol
is sure to keep all the family on the edge of their seats as strange apparitions and spooky spectres reveal the true meaning of Christmas.Performers Philip Whitchurch (Ebenezer Scrooge), Beverly Klein (Mrs Fezziwig), Paul-Ryan Carberry, Robert Finlayson, Sarah Moyle, Sevan Stephan, Dale Meeks, Rob Compton, Vlach Ashton, paul Leonard, Rachel Lynes, Stuart Neal, Vicki Lee Taylor.
Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Company Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company. Book by Charles Dickens. Adapted by Bryony Lavery. Music Jason Carr. Lyrics Jason Carr. Director Nikolai Foster. Design Sebastian Frost. Choreographer Nick Winston. Book by Jonathan Williams.
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