A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

THIS PRODUCTION TAKES PLACE AT TRAMWAY 

Ebenezer Scrooge is a notoriously bitter old man who is determined not to let Christmas interfere with his miserly routine. A feared figure throughout the streets of London he is unmoved by any pleas for charity. But one Christmas Eve, Scrooge receives some unexpected supernatural visitors who are determined to show him the error of his ways.

This bold, theatrical adaptation captures the original heart of Charles Dickens’ beloved tale. The 5-star production was a sell out in 2014 and enchanted families and adults alike. They loved the inventive storytelling, atmospheric set design and live music. We think you will too.

A Christmas Carol will be presented at Tramway. We’ll be refreshing our production for the new performance space, and you can still expect the same distinctive style and captivating storytelling that makes Citizens’ Christmas shows so special.

A Christmas Carol will warm even the coldest of hearts and leave all rejoicing in the Christmas spirit this winter!

A Christmas Carol will be presented at Tramway whilst the Citizens Theatre undergoes an exciting two year redevelopment. For details on how to get to Tramway click here

Running time: TBC

Relaxed Performance: Thur 13 Dec 7pm

Aimed at audience members who would benefit from a more relaxed theatre environment, including people with an autistic spectrum disorder or sensory or communication disorder and their families. Find out more

Family Workshops

15 and 16 December at 10am there are Family Workshops around A Christmas Carol. Find out more

SCHOOLS RATE

We have a special schools group rate of £9 plus 1 additional ticket free with every 10 booked. Please download and return this schools booking form.

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A Christmas Carol is sponsored by urban union


A Christmas Carol is sponsored by Urban Union

  • DATES
    DateTimeInformation
    4 Dec7pm Preview
    5 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    6 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    7 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    7 Dec

    7pm

    8 Dec

    2pm

    8 Dec

    7pm

    11 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    12 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    Audio Described
    13 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    13 Dec7pm Relaxed Performance
    14 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    14 Dec

    7pm

    Signed
    15 Dec

    2pm

    Audio Described Captioned
    15 Dec

    7pm

    16 Dec

    1pm

    16 Dec

    5pm

    18 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    19 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    19 Dec

    7pm

    20 Dec

    10.30am

    Schools

    20 Dec

    7pm

    21 Dec

    7pm

    22 Dec

    2pm

    22 Dec

    7pm

    23 Dec

    1pm

    23 Dec

    5pm

    24 Dec

    1pm

    24 Dec

    5pm

    26 Dec

    2pm

    27 Dec

    2pm

    27 Dec

    7pm

    28 Dec

    2pm

    28 Dec

    7pm

    29 Dec

    2pm

    29 Dec

    7pm

    30 Dec

    1pm

    30 Dec

    5pm

    31 Dec

    1pm

    31 Dec

    5pm

    3 Jan

    7pm

    4 Jan

    7pm

    5 Jan

    2pm

    5 Jan

    7pm

    6 Jan

    1pm

  • Cast & Creative Team
    CREATIVE

    Writer - Charles Dickens

    Adapter - Neil Bartlett

    Director - Dominic Hill

    Designer - Rachael Canning

    Lighting - Lizzie Powell

    Composer - Nikola Kodjabashia

    Movement - Benedicte Seierup and Lucien Lindsay-MacDougall

    CAST

    Andy Clark

    Peter Collins

    Malcolm Cumming (Citizens Theatre Robertson Trust Actor Intern)

    Elisa de Grey

    Reuben Joseph

    Jamie Marie Leary

    Jess Murphy

    John O'Mahony

    Anna Russell-Martin (Citizens Theatre Actor Intern)

    Benny Young

Reviews

“Dominic Hill’s three years at the Citizens Theatre have already been hailed as a golden age for the famous playhouse. Here, he lives up to that billing with this impeccable staging of Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.”
- The Telegraph

“the darkest feel good show in town”
- The Herald

“It is a show to remind you of both the magical powers of the theatre, and the true meaning of Christmas”
- TV Bomb

“Hill’s production is a beautifully staged, eloquent and vividly imagined account of one of the greatest Christmas stories of all”
- The Scotsman

“a rich and satisfying seasonal treat”
- The Guardian

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A Christmas Carol Relaxed Performance
A Christmas Carol Family Workshops
 

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