Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

Address:
British Museum, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London 51.51897 -0.126501
Dates & Time:
7.45 PM to 10 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£19
See britishmuseum.org
Note: This event is for people aged 16+
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Contact the British Museum box office at +44 (0) 207 323 8299
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The British Museum will be putting on heart-warming stage production of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" in the Great Court, using an original score and period Victorian costume.

The evening will begin in the Enlightenment Gallery (Room 1) where you will be able to buy a selection of seasonal drinks and treats. The British Museum's own singers will perform a selection of Christmas carols to get you in the mood, before the performance begins in the Great Court at 7.45 PM.

The show will be sure to melt your heart -- and Scrooge's (hopefully!), as he learns to embrace the festive spirit after a night spent with the three ghosts.

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