‘If your deeds come to haunt you, it is time to make amends.’
Horla, the company that produced the Grimms Trilogy among other festive offerings, return to Trafalgar Studio 2 with their critically acclaimed A Christmas Carol.
The heart of Ebenezer Scrooge is as cold as ice. Christmas, for the bitter old miser, is not a good enough reason to be jolly. But one Christmas Eve he is visited by the spirit of his late business partner Jacob Marley and three other ghosts…
Horla’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ melancholy tale will stay true to the original novel, concentrating on the darker aspects of the story and making the embittered Scrooge’s redemption all the more joyous and uplifting.
This production of a well-loved classic will be the perfect entertainment for the whole family. ‘May it haunt their houses pleasantly.’
After the massive success of A Christmas Carol last year, Tiny Tim Productions presents this years must see Christmas Show “Puss In Boots” at Arts Theatre from 18th November 2010 to 16th January 2011.
When the Miller dies, his youngest son is disappointed to hear that all he got is a cat. But he soon discovers that this is no ordinary cat but a cat who can talk and who makes up the most amazing stories and lies.
The Arts Theatre is a small club theatre in Great Newport Street, Central London, which seats 347 in a two-tier basement auditorium. The theatre was opened on 20 April 1927 as a club for the production of unlicensed plays, for members only, thus avoiding theatre censorship by the Lord Chamberlain’s office. It was one of a small number of committed, independent theatre companies, including the Hampstead Everyman, the Gate Theatre Studio and the Q Theatre, which took risks by producing a diverse range of new and experimental plays, or plays that were thought to be commercially unviable on the West-End stage. The theatrical producer Norman Marshall referred to these as ‘The Other Theatre’ in his 1947 book of the same name.
Book tickets for Puss In Boots at Arts Theatre London!
The new matinee performances has been added to Christmas Carol on 9, 15, 16 December and 7 January at 14:30.
Presented by a company of extraordinary performers, including Gareth Hale as Scrooge, this festive treat is adapted by Susie McKenna with an original score by Steven Edis, the creative team behind the award-winning Christmas productions at The Hackney Empire.
This enchanting, feel-good musical version of Dickens’ much-loved tale is set to delight young and old alike this Christmas. So Humbug be blowed – come and enjoy the fun!
Book Tickets for Christmas Carol at Arts Theatre