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The turkeys are hanging in the butchers shop on Gloucester Road, the Christmas Steps are decked with holly, but Christmas Eve is a bleak night for miserly money-lender Ebenezer Scrooge. Before the night is through, he is visited by four ghosts who show him chilling portraits of his past, present and future. As the sun rises, will he come to see the bitter truth of his selfish life, learning kindness, compassion and, ultimately, the true meaning of Christmas? Join Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and Scrooge himself in this riot of music and theatrical imagination, to find out.


Mofetoluwa Akande (Belle / Mrs Atkins), Harry Bird (Musician / Ridley / Sib), Ewan Black (Marley / Scrooge's Father / Mr Fezziwig), Christophe Capewell (Musician / Bourne / Suzy), Stjephen Collins (Bob Cratchit / |Mrs Fezziwig / Bridget), Shane David-Joseph (Freddie / Dick Wilkins / Martha), Rebecca Hayes (Little Fan / Mrs Dilber / Peter), Gwyneth Herbert (Musician / Ghost of Christmas Present), John Hopkins (Scrooge), George Readshaw (Young Scrooge / Sue Cratchit)


Author: Charles Dickens
Presented by: Bristol Old Vic at Home
Adapted by: Tom Morris
Director: Lee Lyford
Design: Tom Rogers
Music: Gwyneth Herbert
Lyrics(s): Gwyneth Herbert, Tom Morris
Lighting: Anna Watson
Sound: Helen Skiera

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol (Streamed/Broadcast) production archive for QTIX code T01937863661. Details of all A Christmas Carol archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1188782296

Archive Listings

27 Nov 20
28 Feb 21
Bristol Old Vic
Bristol, City of Bristol
Performance Details => Venue archive


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