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A Christmas Carol archiveDickens's original story of Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas past, present and yet to come.

Cast/Performers

Stephen Barden (Scrooge), Nick Bechman (Chost of Christmas Yet to Come), Tara Godolphin (Ghost of Christmas Present), Katrina Innes (Mrs Cratchett), Rowena Lennon (Mrs Maggs), Jess Mack (Ghost of Christmas Past), Charlotte Mason-Apps (Belle), Jenny Palmer (Belinda Cratchett), Christopher Rowland (Fred/Fezziwig), Rosie Thorpe (Tiny Tim/Swing), Lee White (Bob Cratchett), Jonathan Ashby-Rock (Swing/DSM)

Creatives/Company

Author: Charles Dickens
Adapted by(s): David Hutchinson, Anna Schneider
Producer(s): David Hutchinson, Phillip Rowntree (for Sell a Door Theatre Company)
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A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1439903868. Details of all A Christmas Carol archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2171

Archive Listings

6 Dec 11
to
15 Jan 12
Greenwich Playhouse
Outer London
Greater London

UKTW News/Reviews

News:
08Dec11:

User Reviews

Bethany Tuttle (08Dec11): Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol is a popular choice for this time of year, but Sell a Door Theatre Company have reinvented the age old tale for a modern audience, and with the help of an excellent score by Philip Ryder and Richard Reeday to underpin the action – the production achieves its aims with overwhelming success. Stephen Barden’s Scrooge is younger, but as a cranky as ever, reluctantly transported through the Spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Christmas yet to come to discover the shallow, lonely life that he has led. Barden delivers his journey with outstanding accuracy, and his scenes with Bob Cratchett played by Lee White are excellently directed to the backdrop of the eternal ticking of Marley’s watch, stolen by Scrooge in the first scene on his deathbed, and soon to lead Scrooge that way if he can’t redeem his character. Jess Mack reinvents the Ghost of Christmas Past with outstanding skill, whilst Tara Godolphin’s Ghost of Christmas Present is a master class in imagination. Strutting a

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