London pantomime - South London Theatre presents A Christmas Carol!

 
     

A Christmas Carol live on stage!

Ebenezer Scrooge has lost his only friend and business partner, Jacob Marley. Seven years have passed since Marley's Christmas death and Scrooge has not changed a bit. He still refuses to give to the poor, he still only grudgingly gives his employee Bob Cratchit Christmas day off, and he still refuses his nephew's offer of Christmas dinner. He dismisses the whole holiday as "Humbug."

 
Tuesday 5th to Friday 8th Dec - 7.30pm
Saturday 9th Dec - 4pm and 7.30pm
Sunday 10th Dec - 2pm
Tuesday 12th to Friday 15th Dec - 7.30pm
Saturday 16th Dec - 2pm and 7.30pm

But, on this particular Christmas Eve, four ghosts visit his dreary home and these bizarre encounters bring about a chain of events that will take Scrooge on a life-changing journey through his past, present and future...

Last year's pantomime was sold out - we have added three extra performances this year, but they will sell out quickly: book now!

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This amateur performance is by arrangement with Samuel French Limited

About South London Theatre and London Panto

The South London Theatre is a large, well-established, repertory-style non-professional theatre based in West Norwood, south east London and a member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. The theatre was founded in 1967 in an old Victorian fire station and has been thriving ever since. We operate as a members' club and are therefore always keen to attract new faces to our organisation.

We run two theatre spaces, called the Bell Theatre and Prompt Corner. The Bell Theatre is a traditional style proscenium arch theatre seating 96 and Prompt Corner is a flexible studio space seating between 30 and 60 people.

Our aim is to produce 22 shows per year in the two theatre spaces and we are always on the lookout for new members to help us achieve this.

We also aim to provide as much variety as possible, with shows ranging from Shakespeare and historical plays, to modern comedies and new writing, with the odd musical or pantomime in between. All aspects of each production are run by the members themselves, so there is plenty of opportunity for everyone, not just on the stage, but behind the scenes, learning about lighting, sound, stage management and directing. There is also a need for members to man the box office, front of house and the members' club bar.

We produce an annual pantomime or Christmas show - with over 10,000 costumes in stock and a big budget, our pantos are always well received and reviewed. This year's show - A Christmas Carol - should be our best to date!

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