In Camera

A Christmas Carol

A Version by Jack Thorne
12–24 Dec
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Tickets: PwC £10 Tickets, £20, £30, £40, £55, £65

All ticket prices offer the same view. Please give what you can or consider chipping in for a higher price ticket if you’re watching on the same screen with a group. Only one ticket required per household.

A Souvenir Ticket including a limited edition souvenir poster is also available. This will be posted to you no later than January 2021 (available to UK postal addresses only).

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

All performance times are Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). These performances are live streamed using Zoom.

School Groups (excluding Lambeth and Southwark state schools): £50 per group. To book your Schools Ticket, please book here.

Suitable for ages 8+.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CAST

  • Andrew Lincoln

    Andrew Lincoln

    Scrooge

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    Andrew Lincoln

    Theatre includes: Parlour SongThe Late Henry Moss (Almeida); Blue/Orange (National Theatre); Hushabye Mountain (UK tour); TV includes: The Walking Dead, Afterlife, Strike BackTeachersThis Woman in White, BomberA Likeness in StoneTrevor’s World of SportThe Canterbury TalesWhose Baby?, Lie with MeThis LifeDrop the Dead Donkey. Film includes: Penguin BloomEnduring LoveHuman TrafficThese Foolish ThingsHey Good Looking!, Scenes of a Sexual NatureHeartbreakerMade in DagenhamMoonshotWuthering HeightsLove Actually, Gangster No. 1, Boston Kickout

  • Melissa Allan

    Little Fan

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    Melissa Allan

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2017, 2019 (The Old Vic); Twelfth Night (Young Vic); Our Ladies of Perpetual
    Succour — Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, Scotsman Fringe First Award, Herald Angel Award, The Stage
    Ensemble Award (National Theatre of Scotland/National Theatre/UK tour).

  • Rosanna Bates

    Jess

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    Rosanna Bates

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2018 (The Old Vic); Les Miserables – The Staged Concert, The Wind in the
    Willows, MAMMA MIA!, Les Miserables (West End); Follies (National Theatre); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Leeds
    Playhouse/UK tour); Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).

  • John Dagleish

    Bob Cratchit

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    John Dagleish

    Theatre includes: SYLVIA, A Christmas Carol 2017 (The Old Vic); Common (National Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s
    Dream (Young Vic); The Winter’s Tale/Harlequinade (Garrick); Sunny Afternoon — Olivier Award for Best Actor in a
    Musical (Hampstead/Harold Pinter Theatre); The Mother (Out of Joint/Royal Court). Film includes: Farming, Christopher
    Robin, Judy, The Gentleman, On the Beaches, Kick at the Door, All is True, Mary Poppins Returns, The Monuments
    Men, Age of Heroes, Frankie Teardrop, The Priest. Television includes: The Third Day, The Bisexual, The Moorside: The
    Last Dragonslayer, Silent Witness, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, Siblings, Truckers, Beaver Falls, Starlings, The
    Hollow Crown: Henry V, Any Human Heart, Very Few Fish, The Bill, Lark Rise to Candleford.

  • Tim van Eyken

    Nicholas

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    Tim van Eyken

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2017, 2018, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead (The Old Vic); Shakespeare in
    Love (West End); The Little Match Girl (Sadler’s Wells); Easter Rising & Thereafter (Jermyn Street); Birdsong (UK
    tour); War Horse, NT: 50 Years on Stage (National Theatre); The Ballad of Little Musgrove (Aldeburgh Music); Ballroom
    of Joys and Sorrow (Watford Palace); GOOD (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The Long Goodbye (Hampstead).
    Television includes: Foyle’s War. Film includes: The Imitation Game.

  • Sam Lathwood

    Ferdy

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    Sam Lathwood

    Theatre includes: Mary Poppins (West End/ International Tour Zurich/Dubai); Charlie and the Chocolate
    Factory, Disaster! (West End); Matilda the Musical, Hairspray (UK & Ireland tour); Elf (UK tour); The Pirates of
    Penzance (Hackney Empire/Australian tour). Sam was also a singer/vocalist in Mary Poppins Returns, a Backing Vocalist
    for Adele (Wembley Stadium) and appeared on the Royal Variety Performance 2019 and Britains Got Talent 2020.

  • Eugene McCoy

    Fred

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    Eugene McCoy

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2017, 2018, Groundhog Day (The Old Vic); Jersey Boys, Guys and Dolls, MAMMA
    MIA! (West End); The Man in the White Suit (West End/Bath Theatre Royal); The Pajama Game (West End/Chichester);
    Man of La Mancha (ENO); American Psycho (Almeida); Little Shop of Horrors (UK tour); They’re Playing Our
    Song (Menier Chocolate Factory); Oklahoma! (Chichester); West Side Story (Cyprus); Hollywood Symphonic (EC1
    International). Television includes: Holby City, Doctors, Unforgotten, Little Crackers. Film includes: Paddington 2.

  • Myra McFadyen

    Ghost of Christmas Past

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    Myra McFadyen

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2017, 2018, 2019 (The Old Vic); MAMMA MIA! (West End); A Midsummer Night’s
    Dream (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Rhinoceros (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh); Hay Fever, The
    Choir (Citizens); Macbeth (National Theatre); I Am Thomas, Glasgow Girls (National Theatre of Scotland);
    Interiors (Vanishing Point/Napoli Festival); The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, The Winter’s Tale, Everyman, The
    Mysteries (RSC). Television includes: Dracula, Monarch of the Glen, Jonathan Creek, Teachers, Mr Charity, Rose and
    Maloney, Rebus. Film includes: Emma, Our Ladies, The Kid Who Would Be King, MAMMA MIA!: Here We Go
    Again, MAMMA MIA!, Made Of Honor, Rob Roy, Wedding Belles.

  • Gloria Obianyo

    Belle

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    Gloria Obianyo

    Theatre: Fanny & Alexander (The Old Vic); Girl from the North Country (West End/Toronto); Antony and
    Cleopatra (National Theatre); The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Donmar); The Wild Party (The Other Palace); The
    Grinning Man (Bristol Old Vic); Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). TV: Good Omens, Feel Good.
    Film: Dune, High Life.

  • Maria Omakinwa

    Mrs Cratchit

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    Maria Omakinwa

    Theatre includes: SYLVIA, A Christmas Carol 2017, 2019 (The Old Vic); A Monster Calls (UK tour); Girl from the North
    Country, TINA — The Tina Turner Musical, The Bodyguard, Avenue Q (West End); One Love (Birmingham Rep); Show
    Boat (New London Theatre/Sheffield Crucible); Soul Sister (UK tour); Little Shop of Horrors (Kilworth House
    Theatre); Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales for Young and Old (The Bargehouse).

  • Golda Rosheuvel

    Ghost of Christmas Present/Mrs Fezziwig

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    Golda Rosheuvel

    Theatre: The American Clock, A Christmas Carol 2017, Electra, Carmen Jones (The Old Vic); The Frontline, Romeo and
    Juliet (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, Jesus Christ Superstar, We Will Rock
    You, Tommy (West End); The Tempest, Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Marat/Sade (RSC); Wonder.land, The
    Pacifist’s Guide to The War on Cancer (National Theatre); Porgy and Bess, Macbeth (Regent’s Park Open Air
    Theatre); Othello, The Big I Am (Liverpool Everyman). Film: Dune, Lady Macbeth. TV: Bridgerton, Luther, Silent
    Witness, Dead Boss, Rev, I Live With Models, Mr Stink, Holby City, Damned.

  • Michael Rouse

    Father/Marley

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    Michael Rouse

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2018 (The Old Vic); Romeo and Juliet, The Winter’s Tale, Harlequinade, The
    Bodyguard, The Lord of the Rings (West End); Superhero (Southwark Playhouse); Three Men in a Boat (UK
    tour); Carousel (Opera North); Matilda the Musical, The Secret Garden (RSC); Oklahoma! (Chichester); The
    Boyfriend (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Once in a Lifetime, The Mandate, A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to
    the Forum (National Theatre); Doña Rosita: The Spinster (Orange Tree); Sweeney Todd (The Courtyard); A Winter’s
    Tale (Oxford Shakespeare Company). Film includes: Death on the Nile, 1917, All is True, Murder on the Orient
    Express, Artemis Fowl, Alien Autopsy, The Man Who Knew Too Little. Television includes: Mary Queen of Scots, 24: Live
    Another Day, The Windsors: Royal Wedding Special.

  • Clive Rowe

    Fezziwig

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    Clive Rowe

    Theatre includes: Carmen Jones (The Old Vic); Kiss Me Kate (The Old Vic/Chichester); The Hothouse,
    The Fantastics, Chicago, As You Like It (West End); The Ladykillers (West End/UK tour); The Light Princess, Carousel,
    Fuente Ovejuna, Caroline or Change, The Villains Opera, Money, Candide, Peter Pan, Guys and Dolls – Olivier Award for
    Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, Trackers (National Theatre); Dick Whittington and his Cat (Hackney Empire); Sweet
    Charity, Company (Donmar); Blues In The Night, Just So (Kiln); In The Willows (UK tour); Guys and Dolls (RAH); Me and
    My Girl (Chichester); Jack and the Beanstalk (Wimbledon). Television includes: Will, So Awkward, Evermoor, The
    Kennedys, The Fun Police, All the Small Things, Doctor Who, Tracy Beaker. Film includes: Beauty and the Beast.

  • Samuel Townsend

    Young Ebenezer/George

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    Samuel Townsend

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol 2019 (The Old Vic); Harold And Maude (West End); The Picture of Dorian Gray (UK
    tour); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Sheffield Crucible); 84 Charing Cross Road (Salisbury Playhouse/Cambridge Arts
    Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest (MAC, Belfast); As You Like It (Southwark Playhouse); A Midsummer Night’s
    Dream (Middle Temple Hall); Robin Hood (Stafford Gatehouse); Under Milk Wood (Frontier Theatre). Television
    includes: Doctors, The Royals, The Giblet Boys. Samuel trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama,
    graduating with the Ian Fleming Award for Musical Theatre.

Tiny Tims

  • Rayhaan Kufuor-Gray

  • Lara Mehmet

  • Lenny Rush

  • Eleanor Stollery

CREATIVE TEAM

  • Adapted by

    Jack Thorne

  • Director

    Matthew Warchus

  • Set & Costume

    Rob Howell

  • Composer & Arranger

    Christopher Nightingale

  • Lighting

    Hugh Vanstone

  • Broadcast Sound & Video

    Simon Baker

  • Movement

    Lizzi Gee

  • Voice

    Charlie Huges-D'Aeth

  • Casting

    Jessica Ronane CDG

  • Associate Director

    Jamie Manton

Tickets: PwC £10 Tickets, £20, £30, £40, £55, £65

All ticket prices offer the same view. Please give what you can or consider chipping in for a higher price ticket if you’re watching on the same screen with a group. Only one ticket required per household.

A Souvenir Ticket including a limited edition souvenir poster is also available. This will be posted to you no later than January 2021 (available to UK postal addresses only).

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

All performance times are Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). These performances are live streamed using Zoom.

School Groups (excluding Lambeth and Southwark state schools): £50 per group. To book your Schools Ticket, please book here.

Suitable for ages 8+.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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