This Christmas we’re looking forward to The Guild of Misrule’s version of A Christmas Carol at Sheffield’s Theatre Deli. Building on the success of last year’s Neverland, an enthralling Peter Pan experience and their raucous and interactive presentation of The Great Gatsby, the team are back to present a rousing rendition of the Dickensian classic.
The tale of ghouls and ghosts will be packed with audience interaction and festive cheer, and the performance of A Christmas Carol will be served over a two-course Christmas feast cooked up by local Sheffield suppliers. Christmas, food and theatre. Does it get any better?
The audience will join Jacob Marley over a splendid two-course meal, and some potent liquor to ward off that icy winter chill. With parlour games, music and merriment and a shot of seasonal skulduggery, the aim is to warm the heart of Scrooge, the festive grouch. As with most of The Guild of Misrule’s performances, the more you join in, the more fulfilling your experience will be.
This is a show about Christmas spirit, caring for those who are close to you and sharing the festive cheer by having a good old knees up. Surely there’s no better way to warm a cold winter’s evening.
Created by writer Alexander Wright, The Guild of Misrule’s A Christmas Carol promises to be a heart-warming, foot-stomping festive fancy of a show. Don’t miss out.