Members’ ticket prices are £23, £25 and £27 with no booking fees.
“Storyhouse says bah-humbug to 2020 with a heartfelt celebration of hope over hopelessness.” ★★★★ The Stage
Christmas is (still) not cancelled….
Tier 3 has come to town, but so has Christmas! We’re today announcing 16 live-streamed shows of A Christmas Carol starting on Boxing Day. Shows are at 3pm and 6pm each day and run until Sunday 3 January.
These are unique shows, performed live and beamed across the world from the Storyhouse stage to be watched in the comfort and safety of your own home. No recordings! It’s a great opportunity for all of you who couldn’t your hands on a ticket for Storyhouse Artistic Director Alex Clifton’s acclaimed and joyous Christmas show.
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Suitable for everyone
This show runs for approximately 80 mins with no interval
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