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Charles Dickens Performs A Christmas Carol
Don’t be a Scrooge - reconnect with family and friends and fall in love with the original Christmas story as you’ve never experienced it before.
This production is a stunning recreation of the readings with which Charles Dickens toured the world. Phil Zachariah (starring as Mr Dickens) and director James Adler (the founder of Eagle’s Nest Theatre) have worked directly from the original prompt copy and eyewitness accounts to create a performance that truly channels the spirit of Dickens.
Ebenezer Scrooge may be the greediest man in England. He has no charity or sympathy for anyone and takes great joy in avoiding social engagements.
On Christmas Eve, he is haunted by a vision of his deceased business partner, Jacob Marley who warns that his salvation depends on heeding the lessons of three ghosts that will come his way.
That night, as Scrooge ventures forth he begins to see that it’s never too late to make a change.
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Venue: The London Theatre
The Lower Space
443 New Cross Road
SE14 6TA 51.475826, -0.030202
Enquiries: 0208 694 1888
→ New Cross 4 min walk