Christmas is almost upon us and this time of year wouldn’t be complete without pantomimes and productions of those well-loved seasonal classics.

This year Waterloo East Theatre is putting on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. For anyone not in the know, the story follows Ebenezer Scrooge who in the course of one night must confront his past, present and future. But this is no simple adaptation as the production incorporates puppetry and music to create an intimate and atmospheric experience.

…a perfect addition to the holiday season…

Directed by award winning director Tim Carroll whose past work include Twelfth Night at the Globe Theatre and several West End productions, A Christmas Carol is a perfect addition to the holiday season and forms part of the Dickens 2012 bicentenary celebrations.

So if you have a chance pop down and enjoy the show! MouthLondon will be there to review the show in full so watch this space for the full review.


Tickets £12 (with 10% off for groups of 4+)

Box office: 020 7928 0060


Waterloo East Theatre

3–15 December


Running Time: 70 minutes (with no interval)

Suitable for all ages 9+


Check out the theatre’s website here.

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  1. charles Dickens London

    Dominic Gerrard performed brilliantly recently with his interpretation of A Christmas Carol at our Dickens Day For Great Ormond Street Hospital recently. The audiences were delighted and thrilled by his passionate and original portrayal, bringing his incredible Scrooge puppet vitally alive, expressing the story with great acting skill in fine Dickensian tradition; the applause was rapturous from all age groups. Don’t miss this opportunity, go and see it at the Waterloo East Theatre.



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