Thursday 29 October 2020

A Christmas Carol at the Everyman Theatre

Saturday 19 to Thursday 31 December 2020

Editor's Choice

Bah humbug! The show must go on at the Everyman Theatre, when festive classic, A Christmas Carol, is performed in a new way to socially distanced audiences, this December 2020.

As synonymous with Christmas as tins of Quality Street and the Queen’s speech, a brand-new production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol will be performed at the Everyman Theatre in December 2020.

Co-produced by the Everyman Theatre and Box Tale Soup, expect to see mean-spirited Ebenezer Scrooge embark on a magical journey on Christmas Eve that will change his life forever – with the familiar storyline given a modern spin with puppetry and original music.

On stage from Saturday 19 to Thursday 31 December 2020, full social distancing measures will be in place throughout all of the Everyman Theatre’s Christmas shows, including a reconfigured seating plan, which removes several rows and reduces seating capacity to allow for safer distances. Seating will be ‘pod’ based allowing audience members to book pods of two, three, four, five or six guests.

There will also be hand-sanitising stations, dedicated arrival times for audiences, temperature checks upon arrival, and online ordering and delivery options for food and drinks at the Everyman Theatre too.

Tickets are on sale now. But, with audience capacities reduced, and high anticipated demand, tickets are expected to sell out quickly.

For more information, and to book tickets, visit

A Christmas Carol
Everyman Theatre
Saturday 19 December 2020; Sunday 20 December 2020; Monday 21 December 2020; Tuesday 22 December 2020; Wednesday 23 December 2020; Thursday 24 December 2020; Saturday 26 December 2020; Sunday 27 December 2020; Monday 28 December 2020; Tuesday 29 December 2020; Wednesday 30 December 2020; Thursday 31 December 2020
Performances start at 12pm or 7pm.
Ticket prices vary.
(01242) 572573

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Thursday 08 October 2020



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