A Christmas Carol – Sheffield Cast

November 9, 2009 at 2:37 pm (Casts)

Buy tickets for A Christmas Carol from Sheffield Lyceum Theatre.

Sheffield Lyceum Theatre box office: 0114 249 6000

Information & Photos of Northern Ballet Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol.

Information on further events at the theatre, touch tours, audio described performances and workshops.

 

A Christmas Carol (Photo: Bill Cooper)

A Christmas Carol (Photo: Bill Cooper)

 

 

Please note, casts are subject to change without notice.

Tuesday, 10 November

Evening, 7.30pm

Wednesday, 11 November

Evening, 7.30pm

Thursday, 12 November

Matinée, 2.30pm

Evening, 7.30pm

Friday, 13 November

Evening, 7.30pm

Saturday, 12 November

Matinée, 2.30pm

Evening, 7.30pm

 

Julie Christmas as the Ghost of Christmas Past and Darren Goldsmith as Scrooge in Northern Ballet Theatre's A Christmas Carol (Photo: Bill Cooper)

Julie Christmas as the Ghost of Christmas Past and Darren Goldsmith as Scrooge in Northern Ballet Theatre's A Christmas Carol (Photo: Bill Cooper)

 

 

Buy tickets for A Christmas Carol from Sheffield Lyceum Theatre.

Sheffield Lyceum Theatre box office: 0114 249 6000

Information & Photos of Northern Ballet Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol.

Information on further events at the theatre, touch tours, audio described performances and workshops.

Please note, casts are subject to change without notice.

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1 Comment

  1. buzzybead said,

    You made a grown woman cry! Actually, you made about five grown women and thirty eight children cry!
    We all loved the performance from the subtle introduction with the snowy town scene, through the anguish of Scrooge as he starkly faces the mistakes he has made, to the strong finale where my class are still convinced that Scrooge was pointing at them.
    I sat there and watched my class captivated, on the edge of their seats. I really believe they were on that stage with the cast, experiencing at first hand everything we had read in class.
    Your company has given my class an experience they have relished – it has opened their eyes to the possibilites of expressing stories and ideas through a medium other than writing.
    Thank you.

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