A CHRISTMAS CAROL
6 - 8 DEC 2012
By Charles Dickens, told by Mike Maran, with music written by Alison Stephens, performed by Norman Chalmers (concertina), and directed by Patrick Sandford.
Scrooge is a terrible miser - but he can't be all bad. He could hardly become so beautifully transformed at the end of the story if he never has the potential in the first place.
The ghosts aren't so frightening - well maybe just a little bit scary. They lead Scrooge down the roads of the past, present, and future because he wants to see eveyrthing that they can show him.
Scrooge's nephew, Fred, laughs all the way through the story. If you should happen, by any unlikely chance, to know a man more blest in laugh than Scrooge's nephew all I can say is that I'd like to know him too. From the same team that delighted audiences with Captain Corelli's Mandolin, mesmeric storyteller Mike Maran brings you a sparkling new production of the Charles Dickens seasonal favourite.
Matinees begin at 2.30pm
Evening shows begin at 7.45pm
|Under 18s School Groups (Thu only)||For further information Contact Ticket Office on 0116 242 3595|
|15% membership discount (standard and family)||15% off|
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- Norman Chalmers
- Music performer (concertina)
- Alison Stephens
- Music writer
- Patrick Sandford