Why See A Christmas Carol?
Since its premiere in 1989, North Shore's very own award-winning annual holiday production of A Christmas Carol has spread Yuletide cheer throughout the local community and become a festive tradition in its own right. Returning for his 27th performance straight, celebrated actor David Coffee once again dons the cane and top hat of the infamous Dickensian villain Ebenezer Scrooge for a magical evening of classic storytelling, astonishing special effects and classic old-timey carols including God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You A Merry Christmas.
The story follows the miserly, misanthropic creditor Scrooge, who continues to be just as stingy and greedy as usual at Christmas time, when others' thoughts turn to kindness and sharing. After a Christmas eve day spent yelling at charity workers and snubbing a Christmas dinner invitation from his good-natured nephew Fred, Scrooge is visited by three magical spirits that take him on a journey into his past, present and future in a bid to show him the error of his curmudgeonly ways.
Opening night: 7 December 2018
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