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A Christmas Carol: Relaxed Performance

By Charles Dickens | Adapted by Neil Bartlett
A Christmas Carol: Relaxed Performance

This performance of A Christmas Carol is 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.

We aim to make this performance as inclusive as possible. Relaxed Performances provide:

  • A relaxed and welcoming atmosphere 
  • Adjustments to sound and lighting
  • The freedom to move around inside the auditorium
  • A quiet room you can visit at any point before, during or after the performance
  • Trained staff to help
  • A space of at least one seat in the row between you and other parties

We've created a visual story to help you prepare for your visit and to get you ready to enjoy some festive entertainment in a relaxed setting. Click on the link below to download:

A Christmas Carol: Visual Story

These shows are for anyone and we encourage anyone who wishes to discuss their access requirements further to contact us on sales@citz.co.uk. A telephone booking line will be available from Tuesday 2 November, open 10am-4pm, Tuesdays - Saturdays.

You can find more information about all performances by clicking here and visiting our A Christmas Carol web page

A Christmas Carol will be presented at Tramway (25 Albert Drive, G41 2PE).

A Christmas Carol is supported by Urban Union

    15 December7.00pm Relaxed Performance
  • Cast & Creative Team


    Laura Cairns
    Rachel Campbell
    Michael Guest
    Jamie Leary
    Ewan Miller
    Samuel Pashby
    Benny Young


    Adapted by Neil Bartlett
    Director Dominic Hill
    Designer / Puppetry Rachael Canning
    Lighting Designer Ben Ormerod
    Composer Nikola Kodjabashia
    Movement Directors Benedicte Seierup and Lucien MacDougall
    Choreographer Emily Jane Boyle
    Associate Designer Jen McGinley
    Assistant Director Eilidh Gibson

Running Time: 75 minutes (No interval)