Sheffield Cathedral: Scrooge visits city in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

Scrooge will visit Sheffield Cathedral when Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is performed by a touring theatre company.

Tuesday, 23rd November 2021, 12:55 am
Updated Tuesday, 23rd November 2021, 12:55 am

Dickens’ tale of the true meaning of Christmas conquering Scrooge’s cold heart has been entertaining families for years. Now, there is a chance to see a stage production adapted by award-winning writer Laura Turner at Sheffield Cathedral.

Chapterhouse Theatre Company usually tours with open-air productions during the summer. Come winter, they continue their tours as a festive tradition to theatres, castles and cathedrals.

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The performasnce features dance and period costume

Producer Richard Main said: “Christmas is the most magical time of the year, so I am thrilled that we get to join our audiences in celebrating the season; hopefully people will go away with a warm, wintery glow.”

This traditional production features period costumes, song, dance and a generous helping of Christmas spirit. The show is at Sheffield Cathedral on November 26 and December 14. For further details of the performance visit sheffieldcathedral.org and chapterhouse.org.

A Christmas Carol will be performed at Sheffield Cathedral
A Christmas Carol will be performed at the Cathedral