Wed 12 – Fri 14 December, 7pm
Celebrated actor Clive Francis brings his spellbinding performance to the Victorian setting of the Coronet
“Touches the heart” The Independent ★★★★
“Spellbinding!” The Sunday Times ★★★★
“Performance of his career” Daily Telegraph ★★★★
The enduringly popular A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is one of his best-loved novels. It tells the story of the stingy Scrooge and his transformation one Christmas Eve as a result of the ghostly visits of his deceased business partner, as well as the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come.
Clive Francis is a veteran of over 20 West End plays and a 100 television and film performances, the most recent being as Lord Salisbury in The Crown. Clive Francis was first introduced to A Christmas Carol back in the late 90’s when he played Ebenezer Scrooge in a lavish production for the RSC, which he then went on to adapt into a one-man show.
In Clive’s words – ‘Once played, never forgotten. Once you have trod the “path of jagged flints and stones laid down by Scrooge’s brutal ignorance”, it’s hard to get the old boy out of your head’. Hence why he has decided to adapt the story into a show for himself.
Outreach at the Coronet offers subsidised tickets to local state schools and other organisations for a number of performances every year. This enables many people, who might not otherwise visit the Coronet, to participate in some of the fantastic theatre, music, poetry and art which we present. If you would like to support Outreach at the Coronet please contact email@example.com
Outreach Supporter: Douglas Clarisse
Concession (Students, over 60, under 16, those on benefits) £20
Groups of 8+ £20 each plus 1 free ticket
Family of 4 (2 Adults plus 2 under 16) £75
Multibuy Christmas Season discounts
Book all 4 events & receive £15 off on total price of tickets
Book all 3 main auditorium events & receive £9.99 off total price of tickets
Book any 2 main auditorium events & receive £8 off total price of tickets
Only 1 discount applies. Subject to availability.
Venue: Main auditorium
Not suitable for under 8s
Running time: Approximately 1 h 50 mins including interval
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