Familiar lines alone don't re-create the magical, morality-driven adventure that Charles Dickens published in 1843, and left to the ages. That narrative flickers between bright and bleak aspects of human experience, both personal and social.
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A Christmas Carol, based on the book by Charles Dickens, combines traditional ballet and captivating theatre to tell the story of Ebenezer Scrooge and his magical night with three terrifying ghosts. Colourful sets and costumes by Olivier Award-winning Lez Brotherston conjure up a traditional Victorian Christmas, while the festive score blends classical music with carols, played live by Northern Ballet's Sinfonia and sung by the dancers. Scroll down for a sneak peek at the production!
Even if you’ve never been a fan of the peculiarly schmaltzy genre that is the Christmas film, this is 2020 – meaning there are no IRL parties, and watching one of the best Christmas movies of all time while downing a vat of mulled wine is probably the best way to get into the festive spirit. You should start with the real classics, like the ’50s Hollywood adaptation of A Christmas Carol as well as It’s a Wonderful Life. But there’s also a number of new releases to work your way through.
Simon Smith on Twitter: "We did it last year. This version illustrated wonderfully by @PJLynchArt has the original text but the illustrations would really help with discussion and developing children’s understanding of the text.… https://t.co/LsCGOK1QOh"