A Christmas Carol (Hulse)
Andrew and his family decide to spend Christmas at their Aunts’ country cottage in a bid to drag their brother out of his “Bah, Humbug” Christmas feeling. The house, however, has ideas of its own in this wonderful retelling of Dickens’ timeless classic. When a power cut threatens to ruin their ‘grown-up’ family Christmas, they decide to tell each other one of the most well known Christmas tales which, with the magic of the season and Hulse’s wonderful storytelling style, brings out the inner child in all three siblings and fun is all that can be had.--
Toby Hulse, playwright
Julian Butler, composer
Originally produced by Lakeside Arts, UK, in 2013
Run Time: 60 minutes
Audience Recommendation: All Ages
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“The ingenious ways that the tiny cast recreates the formidable novel are nothing short of brilliant.” – Nottingham Post, UK
“This show is terrific infectious fun, properly magical and really brings home the true spirit of Christmas and is perfect festive family entertainment.” – Nottingham Live, UK
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Matthew Bloxham and Alec Fellows-Bennett in Lakeside Theatre’s 2013 production of A Christmas Carol.