Theatre

Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – a brand new adaptation


18 Dec

Where:
OPEN Ealing Arts Centre W5 2TD

£10 Children inc all workshop materials (£7 Adults)


Event details

Join us for a special performance of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, followed by a workshop.

Saturday 18 December

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

Charles Dickens’ classic in a brand new adaptation! Ebenezer Scrooge is a grumpy fellow who has lost his way. He has no friends, shuns his family and only cares for money. But with the help of a spectral visit from his deceased friend Jacob Marley and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, it may not be too late! Can he change his ways? Christmas is a time of hope and it is never too late to make amends and let love into your heart! Join us on this wonderful adventure through the past, present and future!

Charles Dickens’ timeless classic is vividly brought to life with puppets, music and a festive magic all of its own. No matter what happens throughout the year, Christmas is always a time of hope and joy!

Fun for all the family this production of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.