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A Christmas Carol

Closed January 2, 2021

...this version of A Christmas Carol is a fantastically uplifting experience; a gorgeous score played to perfection by LMTO and with a cast of unrivalled talent, making this a now unmissable London Christmas tradition.

Theatre Weekly

Why See A Christmas Carol?

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A Broadway Classic Comes to the West End This Christmas

Starring Brian Conley, Matt Jay-Willis, Cedric Neal, Jaqueline Jossa, Sandra Marvin and Lucie Jones!

Don your favorite festive jumper, say "Bah Humbug!" to the winter blues, and celebrate Christmas on the West End during the Dominion Theatre's hotly-anticipated, socially distancing-friendly production of A Christmas Carol. Starring British stage and screen star Brian Conley (last seen in 9 to 5, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Oliver and Hairspray), the Broadway tuner breathes new life into the classic Yuletide fable with a sweeping score by EGOT-winning composer Alan Menken (Aladdin, The Little Mermaid), and a book by frequent collaborators Lynn Ahrens and Mike Ockrent. 

The show-stopping musical fuses all the might of the full London Theatre Music Orchestra and their big-band sound with the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, a wealthy but thoroughly disagreeable miser, who spreads displeasure wherever he roams. Set one fateful Christmas Eve, Scrooge declines an invitation to dinner with kind-hearted nephew Fred, choosing to ignore the delight and warmth of the Yuletide season with an early bedtime. 

But when the ghost of his old business partner Jacob Marley appears to him with foreboding news of three more unearthly visitations, Scrooge must weigh his earthly actions and face the consequences of his greed and selfishness. A festive fable that still hits close after 176 years, Charles Dicken's Christmas masterpiece teaches us about the power of redemption, community, and compassion and how it's never too late to change your ways.

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Dates

Opening night: 7 December 2020

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COVID-Safe

Safety measures will be in place at this venue during all performances including etickets and household seating

Photo: Kotomi_ Used under Creative Commons License

Cast and Creative

Cast

Brian Conley - Ebenezer Scrooge
Lucie Jones - The Ghost of Christmas Past
Jaqueline Jossa - Emily/ Ghost of Christmas Future
Matt Jay-Willis - Bob Crachit
Sandra Marvin - Mrs Fezziwig
Martyn Ellis - Mr Fezziwig
Cedric Neal - Ghost of Christmas Present
Jeremy Secomb - Jacob Marley
Rebecca Lock - Mrs Crachit
Sam Oladeinde - Fred Anderson/ Young Scrooge

Creative

Shaun Kerrison - Director
Freddie Tapner - Musical director/conductor
Jim Arnold - Casting

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