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A Christmas Carol production shot: 4 character stood in front of the curtain singing. 1 character is on crutches.
Photographer: Mark Dawson
A Christmas Carol production shot: 1 character is holding a scroll and looking confused. The other character's jaw has dropped.
Photographer: Mark Dawson
A Christmas Carol production shot: Scrooge looks scared of one of the Christmas ghosts
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A Christmas Carol production shot: on stage there is a large sleigh with a Christmas tree. In the air there is a reindeer covered in lights
Photographer: Mark Dawson
A Christmas Carol production shot: 4 characters sat on stool, wearing large white winter coats
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A Christmas Carol production shot: 2 characters dancing
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A Christmas Carol production shot: a character is stood in the centre waving at the audience. In the background, there are 2 doors decorated with Christmas wreaths
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Christmas Carol production shot: An actor on stilts creates a look of a large ghostly monster. Smoke and red lighting fills the image
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Exeter Northcott Theatre presents, a Le Navet Bete and Barbican Theatre production

A Christmas Carol

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Join the award-winning Le Navet Bete (Treasure Island, The Three Musketeers) again this festive season for a hilarious retelling of one of the greatest ghost stories ever told.

It’s Christmas Eve in Victorian London and old miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is settling down for the night when a clink, clank, clunk of chains resounds throughout the house like thunder, getting ever nearer. It’s going to be a very long night…

With rib-tickling comic twists and larger than life characters, Dickens’ festive classic receives a riotous reimagining in the hands of Le Navet Bete, including giant exploding puddings, hypo-allergenic Christmas trees and a ‘Not So Tiny Tim’.

A collaboration with one of UK theatre’s best comedy writers and directors John Nicholson (BBC Radio 4, The Hound of the Baskervilles), this joyful, heart-warming tale is guaranteed to lift spirits and melt even the coldest of hearts this Christmas.

‘Feelgood festive fun’ – British Theatre Guide


BSL interpretation by Daryl McMullan

Audio Description by Guy Newman

Age guidance 7+

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01:00 PM
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04:00 PM
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Monday 27th Dec 2021
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02:30 PM
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