A Christmas Carol returns by popular demand to Wardown this Christmas.
This magical promenade piece takes you around the beautiful rooms in Wardown House. Telling us the story of A Christmas Carol as Charles Dickens, be prepared to be hear this classic tale told in a way you have never heard before.
Some dates are sold out, and there is limited availability on other dates. Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment!
Writer Teresa Burns adapted and directed the piece and has created an utter gem of a performance. Displaying both a clear understanding of text and of theatricality. Burns has magically woven this glorious tale into the very fabric of the building" - West End Wilma, ★★★★★
Running time: 60 minutes, no interval
Ticket price includes a hot drink and mince pie.
Doors open 6.45pm/Last call for refreshments 7.15pm/ 7.30pm start. No latecomers.
Doors open 4.30pm/Last call for refreshments 4.45pm/ 5.00pm start. No latecomers.
We kindly ask that you use the car park at the front of the museum. The access for this is from New Bedford Road.
You do not require a physical ticket to attend this event. Please just show us your booking confirmation email upon arrival - either on your smart phone or a printed copy.
About the Actor
Stuart Turner as Charles Dickens
Stuart trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He is thrilled to be returning to Wardown House this Christmas to reprise the role of Charles Dickens for a 4th festive year!
Theatre Credits Include: Love’s Labour's Lost, Romeo & Juliet (Open Bar), One Hundred Trillion (Old Vic Workrooms), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Tour), Aladdin (Tivoli Theatre), Found in Translation (The Dot Collective), Dick Whittington (Hawthorne Theatre), I Do (Dante or Die), Aladdin (Buxton Opera House), BEE BEES (The Yard Theatre), The Secret Princess of Severndroog (Look Left Look Right Theatre Company), The Makeover (Vienna's English Theatre), Alice in Wonderland (Iris Theatre Company/ Cockpit Theatre), Sleeping Beauty (Castle Theatre), Rovers (New Wimbledon Theatre), Gutter Press (Iris Theatre/ Greenwich Theatre), Black Snow (Moscow Arts Theatre).