Oliver Twist!

Christmas at Storyhouse, Chester Running from
Last event: Sunday 16 January at 5pm
  • £18 - £33.50 (Members)

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Part of: Christmas at Storyhouse, Accessible Performances

Let us pick your pocket this Christmas!

Our street-savvy production of the Dickens’ favourite. Big-hearted joy, feelgood songs, purse-snatchers and dogs, all live from the gutter this Christmas!

A Storyhouse Production
Adapted for the stage by Alex Clifton

Take a look at the official programme here.


This event has social distanced (labelled SD in the booking calendar) options available. Please choose a block of seats that matches the number of people attending on one of these performances.

Oliver Twist! will also be live streamed – book a live stream here.

Relaxed, signed, captioned and described performance details here

£10 of the general admission price for this show will be treated as a donation to Storyhouse (charity no 1121007 ) at the point the show is cancelled for Covid related reasons. In the event of such cancellation, customers will be reminded of the kind donation they are making and will be offered the chance to request a refund of the same. Thank you so much for helping us manage the risk of staging our work at such a difficult time.

 

Time details

1 hour and 35 minutes (including interval)

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