Thursday, 29 November 2012

7th U.K. Winter Tour 5th - 11th December 2012

Charles Dickens’s ‘A Christmas Carol’

Wednesday 5th December 
Steeple Ashton Village Hall, Steeple Ashton Wilts
7pm £8/£5, Tickets: The Village Shop 01380-871211

Friday 7th December
Shaftesbury Arts Centre, 13 Bell St. Shaftesbury, Dorset, SP7 8AR
7.30pm £12/£10 members/£6 under 18’s Tickets: 01747-854321

Saturday 8th December
Morgans Vale & Woodfalls Village Hall, The Ridge, Woodfalls, Wiltshire
7.30pm £8/£5 cabaret style (bring drinks & glasses) Tickets: 01725-511164

Monday 10th December
Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel St North, Colchester, CO2 7AT
7.30pm £12/£10/£6 under 18’s Tickets: 01206-366000

Tuesday 11th December 

 St Mary’s Church, Wivenhoe, Essex CO2 9AB
7.30pm £8/£7/£5  Tickets: Bookshop 01206-824050

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Charles Dickens’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ 

2012 is the 9th season in Hamburg -  this year celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens 1812-1870


Saturday December 15th 2012 8pm

Kulturhaus Eppendorf.

Julius-Reincke-Stieg 13a (ehemals Martinistr.40), 20251 Hamburg
€14,- (€10,- concessions)
Tickets on sale at Kulturhaus: Tel: 040 - 48 15 48
(Öffentliche Bürozeiten: Mo, Di, Do, Fr 11-13 und 14-16)


Sunday December 16th 2012 3pm

The Irish Rover

Großneumarkt 8, 20459 Hamburg
€14,- (€10,- concessions)
Tickets on sale at The Irish Rover: Tel: 040 - 3571 4663


In 1843 Charles Dickens was writing a new Christmas story to highlight the plight of the overworked poor. Unable to sleep, he walked the streets of London at night composing the story in his head and felt his characters, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, urging him to tell their story. The result was 'A Christmas Carol' in which he created the miser Ebenezer Scrooge and gave us a message of hope, that even the hardest heart can soften and do good.

On Christmas Eve Scrooge is in his counting house being his mean, nasty self. But things are about to change. At night he is terrified by a visit from the ghost of his former business partner, Jacob Marley, who warns him to change his ways or suffer for eternity. He is visited, in succession, by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future who show him as he was, as he is now and as he will be ...

Prepare to be transported back into the world of Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, as they come vividly to life in this powerful performance of Dickens’s classic tale. 

“Told with great skill. An excellent evening of entertainment.”
Oxhill News.

“A complete transformation into the world of Tiny Tim and Bob Cratchit.”
Wivenhoe News.