Please note: We are continually monitoring the ongoing situation surrounding the Coronavirus, and therefore this performance is subject to government compliance.
Stuart Turner returns once again this year for this five star winning performance of A Christmas Carol.
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.
"Stuart Turner gave a tour de force performance as the eponymous storyteller Dickens, not only did he lead us through the house and the book with great energy and passion, but he created each character with real vocal and physical skill, seamlessly and artfully blending from one into another. It was the periods of eerie and trepidatious silence that I found most thrilling, with Turner able to hold the audience in the palm of his hand with the unspoken promise of what was yet to come.
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
Please note: We kindly ask that you use the car park at the front of the museum. The access for this is from New Bedford Road.
Doors will open at 6.30pm for the 7.30pm performance and at 4pm for the 4.30pm performance. The last call for refreshments will be at 7pm and 4.15pm respectively. Please be aware that latecomers will not be allowed into this performance.