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A Christmas Carol archive

Archive listings for A Christmas Carol

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

Miracle on St Mary Street - T0505868834

Cardiff, 1843. Money is all Scrooge has. She has lots of it. It's all she has ever had but it's never made her happy. But on Christmas Eve she will meet three ghosts who will teach her the most important lesson of all. By Christmas morning she will have learned how to live for the first time. Experience the full joy of Christmas with this spectacular new production of Gary Owen's adaptation of Dickens' uplifting story performed by an exceptional cast of actor musicians.Producer Sherman Theatre. Book by Charles Dickens. Adapted by Gary Owen.
2 Dec 20 to 2 Jan 21Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
listing details L2122171505

Staged Concert - T0807051310

Dicken's classic festive fable comes to life with a sparkling Broadway score, a symphonic 24 piece orchestra and an all-star West End cast. With sensational music from London Musical Theatre Orchestra, soaring melodies, moving lyrics and the most famous of all Christmas stories, this is the 2020 event that will unite friends, families and loved ones with the magic of live entertainment. The musical brings Dickens' timeless fable to glorious life: Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean-spirited miser, does not believe in the power of Christmas. But on a Christmas Eve filled with memorable characters, spectacular songs, ghostly apparitions and journeys to the past, present and future, Scrooge acknowledges his mistakes and discovers the joy of redemption. With a sparkling Broadway score played by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra, an all-star cast and a touch of festive magic, A Christmas Carol at the Dominion is the must-see West End production this December.Producer Freddie Tapner (for The London Musical Theatre Orchestra). Producer Gary England. Book by Charles Dickens. Author Alan Menken. Author Lynn Ahrens. Author Mike Ockrent. Director Shaun Kerrison. Musical Director Freddie Tapner. Sound Nick Lidster (for Autograph). Design Dora Schweitzer. Music Tim Jackson (musical staging). Lighting Mike Robertson. Design George Reeve (projection). Director Jim Arnold (CDG - casting director). Performer Brian Conley (Ibenezer Scrooge). Performer Jacqueline Jossa (Emily/Ghost of Christmas Future). Performer Matt Jay-Willis (Bob Cratchit). Performer Lucie Jones (The Ghost of Christmas Past). Performer Sandra Marvin (Mrs Fezziwig). Performer Martyn Ellis (Mr Fezziwig). Performer Cedric Neal (Ghost of Christmas Present). Performer Jeremy Secomb (Jacob Marley). Performer Rebecca Lock (Mrs Cratchit). Performer Sam Oladeinde (Fred Anderson/Young Scrooge).
7 Dec 20 to 2 Jan 21Dominion Theatre, West End :: V388
listing details L01627100491


A spellbinding new musical based on the festive family favourite. It's Christmas Eve and three larger than life characters find themselves locked in the children's library overnight. So, what better thing to do than tell tales of Scrooge, Tiny Tim and Bob Cratchit whilst they wait. his joyous adaptation of the Dickens classic is full to the brim with festive merriment, featuring original music and beautiful handcrafted puppets. The show promises to mesmerise audiences with its snowy wintery scenes and outstanding cast. Children will chuckle at the silly escapades of the haphazard trio as they bring to life the vivid characters of A Christmas Carol in a magical production by leading children's theatre company Full House Theatre.Company Full House Theatre. Design Mic Kemp. Costume Mic Kemp. Music Rebecca Appin. Lighting Richard Delight.
12 Dec 20Leighton Buzzard Theatre, Leighton Buzzard :: V13
listing details L0128681619


Charles Dickens' classic story of ghosts, greed and goodwill is given boisterous new life in this thrilling production of A Christmas Carol from the same team that brought you James and the Giant Peach and Alice in Wonderland. Ding, dong, ding, dong, the bells are ringing and the clock is ticking because Scrooge is coming to town ? and he's meaner and greedier than ever. Bah Humbug! Can some infectious songs and a wild ride through the uncertain landscapes of Christmas past, present, future help him to discover the true meaning of Christmas? Northern Stage's A Christmas Carol is the story you know and love (complete with all the trimmings) and will warm the hearts of everyone this winter.Producer Northern Stage. Design Rhys Jarman. Costume Rhys Jarman. Music Hannabiell Sanders (Dr). Musical Director Hannabiell Sanders (Dr). Lighting Sam Vivash. Sound Nick John Williams. Director Martin Hylton (movement director).
1 Dec 18 to 5 Jan 19Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L637946520


Join Chickenshed for a magical and brilliantly uplifting retelling of the unforgettable story of Ebenezer Scrooge, that "squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner". Follow his spooky encounters over the course of one incredible night and his journey ultimately to become the friendly, charitable man who "knew how to keep Christmas well". Charles Dickens' classic story has arguably come to define Christmas in the 175 years since its publication, and there have been numerous memorable versions, both on stage and screen. Chickenshed has updated, renewed and refreshed this amazing and heart-warming tale for 2018 in an entirely brand new musical version, set in 1930s Britain. With a cast of over 200 people on stage for each performance, original music, stunning sets and incredible design, we guarantee an absolutely unforgettable festive theatre experience for young and old!Presented byChickenshed.
21 Nov 18 to 5 Jan 19ChickenShed, Outer London :: V349
listing details L287409525


Concert Version. Charles Dickens' classic gets the full Broadway treatment buy the Broadway team of Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid), Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime, Seussical) and Mike Ockrent (Crazy For You, Me and My Girl). Called by The New York Times "a tonic for adults, and for children a transfixing journey," this spectacular musical extravaganza ran for ten years at New York's Madison Square Garden. Featuring a star studded West End cast.Company London Musical Theatre Orchestra. Music Alan Menken. Lyrics Lynn Ahrens. Performer Robert Lindsay (Scrooge). Performer Lucie Jones (Emily/Ghost of Christmas Future). Performer Hugh Maynard (Ghost of Christmas Present). Performer Gemma Sutton (Ghost of Christmas Past). Performer Michael Xavier (Bob Cratchit).
11 Dec 17 to 18 Dec 17Lyceum Theatre, West End :: V422
listing details L01133217071

A Folk Opera - T01125793353

15 Dec 17Victoria Hall, Settle :: V0405905862
listing details L01644027826


Charles Dickens' classic gets the full Broadway treatment buy the Broadway team of Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid), Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime, Seussical) and Mike Ockrent (Crazy For You, Me and My Girl). Called by The New York Times "a tonic for adults, and for children a transfixing journey," this spectacular musical extravaganza ran for ten years at New York's Madison Square Garden. Featuring a star studded West End cast, this concert production of A Christmas Carol marks its London premiere.Company London Musical Theatre Orchestra. Music Alan Menken. Lyrics Lynn Ahrens. Performer Robert Lindsay (Scrooge). Performer John Addison (Fred Anderson). Performer Madalena Alberto (Ghost of Christmas Past). Performer Carrie Hope Fletcher (Emily). Performer Giovanna Fletcher (Mrs Cratchit). Performer Hugh Maynard (Ghost of Christmas Present). Performer Peter Polycarpou (Mr Fezziwig). Performer Norman Bowman (Jacob Marley).
19 Dec 16Lyceum Theatre, West End :: V422
listing details L0180739803


Get in the mood for Christmas early with Gillian Quinn's musical extravaganza, A Christmas Carol.Presented byGillian Quinn.
4 Nov 12Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580
listing details L547890963


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.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. Performer Philip Whitchurch (Ebenezer Scrooge). Performer Beverly Klein (Mrs Fezziwig). Performer Paul-Ryan Carberry. Performer Robert Finlayson. Performer Sarah Moyle. Performer Sevan Stephan. Performer Dale Meeks. Performer Rob Compton. Performer Vlach Ashton. Performer paul Leonard. Performer Rachel Lynes. Performer Stuart Neal. Performer Vicki Lee Taylor.
20 Nov 10 to 15 Jan 11Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
listing details L01985033084


When Christmas-hating Sidney and his nephew Danny accidentally get locked in a theatre, the last thing they expect is to have to perform A Christmas Carol on stage in front of an expectant audience, aided by two out-of-work actors, the resident theatre cat, and a mouse with stage fright. But of course this is no ordinary night at the theatre, and a sumptuous sprinkling of festive charm is about to transform this Dickens classic like never before...So as they set about putting on a show with whatever props and costumes they can get their hands on, and with a little help from the audience too, we’re whisked away on Scrooge’s magical journey to rediscover his love of life, mankind and Christmas.Producer Tiny Tim Productions. Producer Arts Theatre. Adapted by Susie McKenna. Adapted by Steve Edis. Director Susie McKenna. Music Steve Edis. Choreographer Frank Thompson. Design Lotte Collett. Musical Director Ian MacGregor. Lighting David Howe. Sound Richard Brooker. Design Scott Brooker (puppets). Performer Gareth Hale (Scrooge). Performer Simon Lipkin. Performer Rebecca Thornhill. Performer Michael Matus. Performer Matthew White (voice of Charlie the Theatre Mouse). Performer Sharon D. Clakre (Benttolina the Theatre Cat). Performer Brian Herring (puppeteer). Performer Erin Lister (puppeteer).
11 Nov 09 to 10 Jan 10Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
listing details L974869623


Company The Bancroft Players.
17 Dec 09 to 20 Dec 09Queen Mother Theatre, Hitchin :: V46
listing details L01953917798


Bah Humbug! It’s Christmas! Well, if you’re ever tempted to utter those words, just remember what happened to the miserly misery Ebenezer Scrooge. Set on Christmas Eve, the grumpy, sour-faced Scrooge has quite a fright when the ghost of his dead business partner Jacob Marley appears before him, with a chain-rattled warning that Ebenezer must change his stingy ways. And he’s not the only spectre to remind this penny-pinching person of the spirit of Christmas… Perfectly capturing the heart and soul (literally) of this seasonal time, A Christmas Carol is a magical production that’ll bring a warm glow to audiences of all ages.Company Llanelli Musical Players.
3 Dec 09 to 5 Dec 09Theatr Elli, Llanelli :: V819
listing details L0784803210

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