A Christmas Carol

starring David Bradley

Playing at The Theatre

3rd - 24th December

adapted by Simon Callow from the novel by Charles Dickens

Even Scrooge can’t cancel Christmas!

David Bradley stars in Simon Callow’s acclaimed one-man adaptation of the ultimate classic Christmas tale. Based on Charles Dickens’ own one man readings of the story, this moving, captivating stage version, goes straight to the heart of an all time literary classic.

So join Scrooge, Tiny Tim, Bob Cratchit, and a trio of ghosts for a festive story designed to rescue Christmas from all the scrooges out there! Mulled wine, atmospheric live music and one of the most loved classics of the English language should make this a Christmas trip to remember.

David Bradley is one of the country’s finest stage and screen actors, including renowned performances as Filch in the Harry Potter films and Walder Frey in Game of Thrones. He won a British Academy Television Award for his role in Broadchurch and an Olivier Award for his performance in King Lear for the National Theatre.

Best suited for those aged 7 and over.

Approx running time 85 mins, no interval.

The performance is fully socially distanced, and cast and crew will receive regular private testing for Coronavirus. 

Performance Schedule

 

Cast & Creative

Narrator - David Bradley

Actor Musician/Composer - Sophie Crawford

Understudy - Paul Ansdell

Adaptor - Simon Callow 

Director - John Terry

Set & Costume Designer - Liz Cooke

Lighting Design - Rory Beaton

Sound Design - Jonathan Everett

Producer/ Company Manager - Will Treasure


Ticketing Info

FIRST PERFORMANCE RESCHEDULED TO 3RD DECEMBER.

Performances between Dec 3rd and Dec 24th. 

Ticket prices £15 - £26.

All tickets include a non-refundable donation of £5. 

For performance times see the grid, or click Book Now. 

 

Best suited for those aged 7 and rdover.

Photo credit Luke Roberts

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Produced by Chipping Norton Theatre