A Christmas Carol at Liverpool Playhouse

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
A Christmas Carol at Liverpool Playhouse
Image courtesy of Mark McNulty.

A Christmas Carol at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 5 — 24 December 2020 Tickets from £15.00 — Book now

The Liverpool Playhouse will throw open its doors for festive audiences to offer its first live production since the start of lockdown in March. A witty version of the Dickensian classic A Christmas Carol is set to lift hearts and warm the Playhouse stage this December.

The original story has been adapted for the stage by Patrick Barlow, the writer of hit comic thriller The 39 Steps. Featuring song, carols and hilarious comedy, the production will be Gemma Bodinetz’s final production after 17 years as Artistic Director at the Playhouse.

Head to Liverpool Playhouse for this thrilling journey through Scrooge’s past, present and future with a host of colourful characters. Featuring a small cast of super talented actors, the show will be performed to a socially distanced audience, adhering to current Covid guidelines.

Escape that lockdown humbug and enjoy the magic of live theatre. A wonderful Christmas treat for the whole family after a difficult and extraordinary year.

A Christmas Carol at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 5 — 24 December 2020 Tickets from £15.00 Book now

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