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Following sell-out seasons in 2012 and 2014, Antic Disposition’s acclaimed musical adaptation of the Charles Dickens festive classic A Christmas Carol returns to the spectacular Elizabethan setting of Middle Temple Hall in central London.
Combining the ghostly tale of miser Ebenezer Scrooge with a score of original songs inspired by the carols of a traditional Victorian Christmas, Antic Disposition’s A Christmas Carol has already been seen by over 5,000 people and has firmly established itself as one of London's most magical festive treats.
A Christmas Carol will be performed in the highly atmospheric 16th-century Middle Temple Hall, a location well known to Dickens himself, who studied law at the ancient institution. Located between Fleet Street and the River Thames, the stunning hall was completed in 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day. With its cobbled alleyways and gas-lit courtyards, a visit to the Middle Temple is a journey into the London that Dickens himself knew, creating the perfect backdrop for this celebration of his much-loved Christmas classic.
The historic hall will be decked for the occasion with boughs of holly, and mulled wine, mince pies and other traditional festive fare will be available to add to the Yuletide spirit.
"A wonderful and professionally conceived
piece of theatre that is a treat to watch."
The Public Reviews
"A fantastic and festive production, wonderfully capturing the spirit of Dickens’ tale in a spectacular setting. Head along to enjoy the mulled wine, the mince pies and a night of perfect Christmas entertainment."
"A magical show. Unmissable!"
"If you're looking for a theatrical festive treat, Antic Disposition's A Christmas Carol has to be your first choice."
"A triumphant interpretation of the Dickens classic
in a spectacular venue."
What's On Stage
"The inevitable star of the show is Middle Temple Hall ... One sometimes wonders whether site-specific work has used its location to best advantage. Not this time – a universal moral is pinned back to its very point of invention and is all the more powerful for it."
Production photos by Scott Rylander