A Christmas Carol Theatre Breaks
Old Vic Theatre, 103 The Cut, London, SE1 8NB.
- The popular Charles Dickens classic has been around for over 150 years
- Matthew Warchus' big-hearted production is perfect for all the family
- Learn the story of the Charles Dickens classic in this exciting adaptation by Matthew Warchus.
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A Christmas Carol Theatre Show Information
About A Christmas Carol
Returning to London due to popular demand, Matthew Warchus presents his smash hit production of A Christmas Carol. The new adaptation of the Charles Dickens’ classic will play at The Old Vic theatre from 5th December 2018. A Christmas Carol this year has been adapted by Jack Thorne, who worked on ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’.
Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold-hearted money lender is visited by three ghosts on a very eerie Christmas night. He decides to change his ways, but that might not be enough… A classic story of redemption and compassion.
History of A Christmas Carol
First published over 150 years ago in 1843, A Christmas Carol is still as popular as it was back then. Since 1843, A Christmas Carol has become a story that has been told over and over again, in many different ways. Many famous names have played the role of Scrooge, both on stage & film, from Jim Broadbent to Jim Carrey…
This is an uplifting story for everyone aged 8+.
Evenings: Monday - Saturday: 7.30pm and some Sunday's too.
Matinees: Various days and times: 1pm or 2.30pm
Running time: 2 hours and 5 minutes
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: The Theatre Is Approximately Three Minutes Walk From Waterloo Station, Served By The Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee And Waterloo &Amp; City Tube Lines, As Well As The South West National Rail Line. Exit Via Exit 2 (Waterloo Road) And Turn Right; The Old Vic Is Straight Ahead Of You, Approximately 220 Steps Away.
Name: Waterloo East, Served By The South Eastern National Rail Line, Is A Five Minute Walk Away.
Also The Theatre Is A Five Minutes Walk From Southwark Station (Jubilee Line) And 15 Minutes Walk From Blackfriars Station (District And Circle Lines, And South Eastern National Rail Line). All These Stations Are In Zone 1.
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