Charles Dickens' - A Christmas Carol

A Ghost Story

Adapted by Mark Gatiss

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Due to ongoing government guidelines restricting the reopening of theatres at full capacity, performances of A CHRISTMAS CAROL - A GHOST STORY by Charles Dickens adapted by Mark Gatiss at Alexandra Palace have now been rescheduled to Christmas 2021.

Current ticket holders for the London engagement at Alexandra Palace have been moved into the equivalent performance and the same seats for the 2021 run, by day of week. Patrons will be able to use their current ticket for performances next year. The ALEXANDRA PALACE THEATRE Box Office will be in touch with patrons in the coming weeks. No action is needed.

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New dates are 26 Nov 2021 — 9 Jan 2022

Mark Gatiss (Dracula, The League of Gentlemen, Doctor Who) leads an ensemble cast, in his own retelling of Dickens' classic winter ghost story, filled with Dickensian, spine-tingling special effects. Prepare to be frightened and delighted in equal measure as you enter the supernatural Victorian world of A Christmas Carol.

It's a cold Christmas Eve and mean-spirited miser Ebenezer Scrooge has an unexpected visit from the spirit of his former business partner Jacob Marley. Bound in chains as punishment for a lifetime of greed, the unearthly figure explains it isn’t too late for Scrooge to change his miserly ways in order to escape the same fate, but first he’ll have to face three more eerie encounters…

After being locked up for decades, the beautiful Alexandra Palace Theatre has recently been restored and reopened. Experience this classic story, in the haunting surroundings of this old theatre, filled with memories and ghosts of the past.

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Mark Gattis

Mark Gatiss says –

A Christmas Carol' has been absolutely my favourite story since I was, well, tiny. It’s an astonishingly powerful tale of life, love, loss and redemption and remains supremely relevant. But at its heart it is a ghost story and that will be at the core of my new version. A scary, thrilling, joyous adventure to get the blood piping on a freezing winter’s night. A Victorian phantasmagoria!