Members’ ticket prices are £23, £25 and £27 with no booking fees.
Join us for big-hearted Christmas joy at Storyhouse with a show full of song and laughter. A Christmas Carol is suitable for the entire population and will run until someone stops us, or at least until 2020 is the ghost of Christmas past. Written and directed by Storyhouse Artistic Director Alex Clifton.
A Christmas Carolruns without an interval in a superbly safe, spaced and comfortable environment. Audiences are limited to 180 per performance (it’s normally 480). Read about our industry leading safety measures here.
Have a glance at our A Christmas Carol:Seating & Tickets pagefor more details on tickets and seating. The price of your ticket includes a donation towards the risk we take in staging shows at this time.
1hr 52 | Headstrong Willis is in the early stages of dementia so his son, John, brings him to stay with him. Unfortunately, his best intentions ultimately run up against Willis’ adamant refusal to change his way of life.
1hr 38 | A festive follow-up to A Street Cat Named Bob. Busker James Bowen faces losing his companion Bob when animal welfare officials question if a homeless person living in a shelter should own a cat.
The 1990s was a simpler time. Many people look back on that time with sweet nostalgia, and what better way to indulge in performative sentimentality than through a whimsical consideration of Yuletide rituals in the popular 90s sitcom, Friends.
Since the first publication of Theodor Seuss Geisel’s story How the Grinch Stole Christmas there have been numerous adaptations. Looking back at some of these, this lecture considers our cultural fascination with the act of adaptation.