This December, Matthew Warchus’ rendition of A Christmas Carol, a play adapted from the Charles Dickens story, will return to The Old Vic Theatre in London.
The official opening of the show will be 5th December however previews will start from 27th November. The show will be running until 18th January.
A Christmas Carol has been adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne whose previous work includes Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Synopsis: A Christmas Carol
The play follows Scrooge, a character who hates the festive a season and is notoriously mean to his workers and peers. He is visited by three spirits on Christmas Eve who show him how his life could be and how it will be if he carries on down the path he has created for himself.
Casting is yet to be announced for the production.
Group tickets are available for those with ten or more members and can be booked for Monday to Thursday evening performances and midweek matinees.
More at The Old Vic
The Old Vic will be celebrating its 200th birthday this year and will be hosting a celebratory street party and open house this May.
Running from 7th July until 25th August is A Monster Calls, which follows the story of Conor a young boy who is visited by a monster who teaches him to face his fears.
Sylvia, an Old Vic, Sadler Wells and ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company production, will be staged from 1st to 22nd September. This combines dance and music and focuses on at the Suffragette movement.
For more information, visit www.oldvictheatre.com.