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Things to do in London: watch A Christmas Carol

Published: Friday 13th of November 2009

Get in the Christmas spirit while on a trip to London by watching a musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.

Writer and director of the production Susie McKenna and composer and arranger Steve Edis are best known for their award-winning Christmas productions previously staged at the Hackney Empire.

A Christmas Carol is the first in a five year initiative between Tiny Tim Productions and the Arts Theatre, presenting Christmas entertainment for family audiences.

This year the Arts Theatre, on Great Newport Street, will transform its front of house areas to create a Victorian-themed foyer where people who have had a long day visiting London attractions can sample Dickensian treats.

The Arts Theatre is in the heart of England's capital and is easily accessible from many of the other exciting things to do in London such as the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms.

Leicester Square and Covent Gardens are the closest underground stations to the theatre.

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Posted by Samantha Reed.

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