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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.

Book by Charles Dickens.

Archive listings for A Christmas Carol

Work type: Kids show. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see A Christmas Carol

T0481728330 (RSC18)

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.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).
4 Dec 18 to 20 Jan 19Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L0909284951

T0492695948 (BOV18)

Producer Bristol Old Vic. Director Lee Lyford. Music Gwyneth Herbert. Lyrics Gwyneth Herbert. Musical Director Gwyneth Herbert. Sound Helen Skiera. Adapted by Tom Morris. Design Tom Rogers. Lighting Anna Watson. Performer Felix Hayes (Scrooge). Performer Saikat Ahamed (Freddie/Mrs Cratchitt). Performer Neil Haigh (Marley). Performer Beau Holland. Performer George Readshaw. Performer Nadia Nadarajah (Bob Cratchitt). Performer Crystal Condie (Belle). Performer Gwyneth Herbert (musician).
29 Nov 18 to 13 Jan 19Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L01324135649

T0508300617 (RSC17)

A brand new 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.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). Performer Phil Davis (Ebenezer Scrooge). Performer Nicholas Bishop. Performer Tom Byrne. Performer Gerard Carey. Performer Sally Cheng. Performer James Gant. Performer Dinitia Gohil. Performer John Hodgkinson. Performer Beruce Khan. Performer Verity Kirk. Performer Luke Latchman. Performer Bethany Linsdell. Performer emma Pallant. Performer Vivien Parry. Performer Joseph Prowen. Performer Giles Taylor. Performer Sarah Twomey. Performer Jamie Tyler. Performer Brigid Zengeni.
27 Nov 17 to 4 Feb 18Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L1212121632

T0652428655 (HULLTRUCK17)

Producer Hull Truck Theatre. Adapted by Deborah McAndrew. Director Amy Leach. Director Ruby Thompson (assistant). Music John Biddle. Sound Ed Clarke. Lighting Joshua Carr. Director Jon Beney (movement director). Design Hayley Grindle. Costume Hayley Gringle. Performer Rosa Hesmondhalgh (Belle). Performer Polly Lister (Mrs Fezziwig/Ghost of Christmas Past). Performer Jo Mousley (Mrs Cratchit/Caroline/Cast). Performer Gurjeet Singh (Dick Wilkins/Topper/Cast). Performer Mitesh Soni (Bob Cratchit). Performer Joseph Tweedale (Fred/Ensemble). Performer Andrew Whitehead (Mr Fezziwig/Marley). Performer Christopher Wright (Scrooge).
1 Dec 17 to 7 Jan 18Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L01598373269

T01893562387 (WINDSORCASTLE17)

Presented by theatre company Watch Your Head, the family-friendly evening performances of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol will take place in the Castle's two largest rooms, where the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret performed Christmas pantomimes during the Second World War. Tailor-made for Windsor Castle and using Dickens's own words from his public readings of the classic tale, the production will feature live music and immersive elements, transporting the audience into a Victorian Christmas. Visitors will accompany Ebenezer Scrooge from the Castle gates to the Waterloo Chamber, where Jacob Marley awaits to conjure his haunting dreams of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. The cast of actors and musicians performing all around will transform the colossal space into Dickensian London, before the audience follows Scrooge into St George's Hall to celebrate his new-found festive spirit beneath the Castle's spectacular Christmas tree.Company Watch Your Head. Director Sasha McMurray. Music Joseph Reuben. Costume Annina Pfuel. Choreographer Edwin Ray. Design Jeremy Hamway-Bidgood (puppetry). Performer John Kay Steel (Jacob Marley). Performer Edward Halsted (Ebenezer Scrooge). Performer Eleanor Brown (Belle). Performer Charlie Ward (Tiny Tim). Performer Oliver Hamilton (Fred). Performer Michelle Hodgson (Mrs Cratchit). Performer Molly Hanson (Belinda). Performer Marlon Moore (Bob Cratchit).
16 Dec 17 to 4 Jan 18Windsor Castle, Windsor :: V642819675
listing details L0190142692

T1408593779 (ALBANY16)

With live musicians, Christmas carols and even the Macarena, get prepared to join in with this lively and modern adaptation of Dickens' epic festive Ghost Story of Christmas' past, present and future. Join Scrooge this December as he embarks on an all singing, all dancing journey and watch as laughter and goodness replace the ice in his heart.Company Box Clever. Adapted by Michael Wicherek. Director Iqbal Khan.
6 Dec 16 to 17 Dec 16Canada Water Culture Space, Outer London :: V01135548657
listing details L1956961051

T2009768563 (TRINITYTUNBRIDGE15)

Company Cat's Grin Theatre Company.
29 Nov 15Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
listing details L1580225914

T0163913196 (ALMATAV14)

Andrew and his family decide to spend Christmas at their Aunts' country cottage in a bid to drag their brother out of his "Bah, Humbug" Christmas feeling. The house, however, has ideas of its own in this wonderful retelling of Dickens' timeless classic. When a power cut threatens to ruin their 'grown-up' family Christmas, they decide to tell each other one of the most well known Christmas tales which, with the magic of the season and Hulse's wonderful storytelling style, brings out the inner child in all three siblings and fun is all that can be had. Age 4+Company Idle Theme Productions. Adapted by Toby Hulse.
18 Dec 14 to 3 Jan 15Alma Tavern Theatre, Bristol :: V0707367604
listing details L2053151977

T01586966501 (ARTRIX14)

Company Little English Theatre Company.
28 Dec 14Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848
listing details L01884083518

T01545561194 (LAKESIDE13)

A brand new adaptation of Dickens' timeless Christmas story written especially for Lakeside by Toby Hulse, and directed by Martin Berry. Expect the misery of Scrooge and the magic, warmth and hope of Dickens' classic delivered in fine storytelling style. There will be music, fun and laughter, as well as some surprises with original interpretations of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Yet to Come...Adapted by Toby Hulse.
6 Dec 13 to 29 Dec 13Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284
listing details L1714492425

T481037471 (THEDUKES13)

Charles Dickens' memorable story is given a proper Northern twist in an all new adaptation by Debbie Oates that is packed with songs, humour and plenty of Bah Humbag. This perfect holiday treat is ideal for ages 5+... and even Scrooges are welcome too.Adapted by Debbie Oates.
29 Nov 13 to 4 Dec 13The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L1326125014

T0507334675 (DEVONSHIRE13)

A Family Musical for half term suitable for all ages over 5 years. Will visits from four ghosts persuade the mean old Scrooge to change his ways? The award-winning EODS Youth Section works its magic on this much-loved Dickens classic. With a message that holds true throughout the year, this heart-warming tale will send you home with your toes tapping, new songs in your heart and a smile on your face.Company Young EODS.
30 Oct 13 to 2 Nov 13Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne :: V665
listing details L01815318756

T018120018 (ELECTRIC12)

A magical, spooky Christmas treat for the whole family.Company The Man in the Moon.
19 Dec 12 to 22 Dec 12Electric Theatre, Guildford :: V01732805351
listing details L1952407169

T1301582112 (WINDSOR08)

Come along and join in the festive fun at The Firestation this December as we present our wonderful retelling of Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol. Join in with Martin and Matilda mouse as they Boo and Hiss at miserly old scrooge until he changes his ways! With fantastic characters, catchy tunes and bags of audience participation this show is set to be a real treat for the whole family. With superb sets and costumes this professional family show is set to thrill audiences at the brand new arts centre. Suitable for children 5+
15 Dec 08 to 16 Dec 08Firestation Arts & Culture, Windsor :: V740
listing details L0881373189

T2089000542 (BOOSTER07)

A comical version of Dickens' classic tale using a large pop up book, audience participation humbugs and snow. Recommended age: 5+Company Booster Cushion Theatre.
22 Dec 07Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington :: V563
listing details L430532337

T0573326100 (THEDUKES06)

Producer MarkMark Productions.
16 Dec 06The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L0187664777

T1934853640 (VERAFLETCHER06)

For 6-11 yearsCompany Cat's Grin Theatre Company.
2 Dec 06Vera Fletcher Hall, Thames Ditton :: V01556541652
listing details L887083395

T0887364711 (TRINITY05)

Adapted by Adrian Berry. Director Adrian Berry.
8 Dec 05 to 2 Jan 06Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
listing details L0135689992

T0324061696 (PENDLE04)

Using 'rap', song and mirth, A Christmas Carol wil brighten any cold winters day. Age 6-13 years
23 Dec 04Palace Theatre, Mansfield :: V453
listing details L01590332325

T1996692541 (STUD00/04)

With the help of a large pop-up book, lots of humbugs and snow, this classic story is brought to life in a comical one man show. The audience is taken back to Victorian England using mime, voice and a couple of suitcases loaded full of ghosts. Children are invited to play some of the parts in the story. Suitable for 5-11 years. Lasts approx. 45 mins. An adult must accompany all children.Company The Booster Cushion Theatre Company.
17 Dec 04 to 18 Dec 04Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L908675103
1 Dec 01Parr Hall, Warrington :: V472
listing details L507610540
17 Nov 01The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L01028482693
2 Dec 00The Studio, Beckenham, Outer London :: V355
listing details L1264193196

T2005750144 (BRINDLEY04)

Company John Stewart Southurst Productions.
6 Dec 04Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn :: V1448285374
listing details L1659678171

T0802975204 (RUDOLF04)

For children aged 7+Performer Matthew Dexter.
28 Nov 04Rudolf Steiner House, Inner London :: V223
listing details L02130538905

T1444564090 (WEE03)

Company Wee Stories. Adapted by Andy Cannon. Adapted by Iain Johstone.
29 Nov 03 to 3 Jan 04Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
listing details L0401122563

T933259380 (BOWHILL03)

A special puppet performance.Company Clydebuilt Puppets.
13 Dec 03Bowhill Theatre, Selkirk :: V01726262774
listing details L843926815

T762772983 (HULLTR03)

A re-working of [Charles Dickens]' well loved tale, this is classic storytelling with a difference. Peculiar puppets, silly songs and groovy ghosts, combine to make this A Christmas Carol with a difference! Age 4+Producer Hull Truck. Adapted by Nick Lane. Music Tristan Parkes.
24 Nov 03 to 6 Dec 03Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L01861208690

T0605486156 (IMAGE00)

Charles Dickens' ever popular story of Scrooge and his encounters with the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future translates superbly in a performance encouraging the whole audience to participate. Children from the audience will play the Carol Singers, the Cratchit Children and other parts. Whilst the rest of the audience will be taught the songs and encouraged to join in. A talented cast and wonderful music by Robert Hyman feature in another excellent production by Millfield regulars Image Theatre Company.Company Image Theatre.
21 Dec 00Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon :: V927
listing details L01000997982
17 Nov 00Cricklade Theatre, Andover :: V763
listing details L796136333
11 Nov 00Brewhouse, Burton-on-Trent :: V126
listing details L83391388
4 Nov 00Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316
listing details L057500321
27 Oct 00Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732
listing details L01470398903
23 Oct 00 to 24 Oct 00mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146
listing details L2099827768
21 Oct 00The Radlett Centre, Radlett :: V1098
listing details L01158754044
14 Oct 00The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821
listing details L01453728405

T01891732839 (HULL00)

This is a one man story telling extravaganza, sure to bring out the Christmas spirit in everyone!Adapted by Nick Lane. Performer Nick Lane. Lighting Graham Kirk. Costume Susie Coulthard.
9 Dec 00 to 20 Dec 00Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L0941181960

T30093369 (BOOST00)

With the help of a large pop-up book, lots of humbugs and snow, this classic story is brought to life in a comical one man show. The audience is taken back to Victorian England using mime, voice and a couple of suitcases loaded full of ghosts. Children are invited to play some of the parts in the story. Suitable for 5-11 years. Lasts approx. 45 mins.Company Booster Cushion Theatre.
26 Nov 00Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147
listing details L2135526424
11 Nov 00Watermans Arts Centre, Outer London :: V339
listing details L2135533787

T0863204075 (ROSES00)

Charles Dickens' ever popular story of Scrooge and his encounters with the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future translates superbly in a performance encouraging the whole audience to participate. Children from the audience will play the Carol Singers, the Cratchit Children and other parts. Whilst the rest of the audience will be taught the songs and encouraged to join in. A talented cast and wonderful music by Robert Hyman feature in another excellent production by the Image Theatre Company.Company Image Theatre Company.
26 Oct 00Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99
listing details L1467671012

T01931128308 (BOOST99)

With the help of a large pop-up book, lots of humbugs and snow, this classic story is brought to life in a comical one man show. The audience is taken back to Victorian England using mime, voice and a couple of suitcases loaded full of ghosts. Children are invited to play some of the parts in the story. Suitable for 5-11 years. Lasts approx. 45 mins.Company Booster Cushion Theatre.
27 Nov 99South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
listing details L1471461422

T01480854153 (OS98)

Company OddSocks.
19 Nov 98Oakengates Theatre at The Place, Telford :: V110
listing details L834028566

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8 Dec 17 to 30 Dec 17Leicester Square, Inner London :: V867504406
listing details L02054707873
28 Nov 02 to 4 Jan 03MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642
listing details L01003000703
21 Dec 96Nettlefold Hall, Outer London :: V318
listing details L0119493727

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