A Christmas Carol

Following four sell-out Christmas seasons, Antic Disposition's much-loved musical adaptation of the Charles Dickens festive classic A Christmas Carol returns to the spectacular Elizabethan setting of Middle Temple Hall in London.
A Christmas Carol at Middle Temple Hall

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Genre: Christmas show
Venue: Middle Temple Hall
Starts: Saturday 21 December 2019
Closes: Monday 30 December 2019
Running time:2 hrs 00 mins (inc interval)
Age suitability: 6+

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 First staged in 2012 and firmly established as one of London's most magical Christmas treats, this joyous festive celebration combines the ghostly tale of Ebenezer Scrooge with original songs inspired by the carols of a traditional Victorian Christmas.

Step off the bustle of Fleet Street and journey through cobbled alleyways and  gas-lit courtyards to arrive at the hidden historical gem Middle Temple Hall - a location well-known to Charles Dickens himself, who studied law at the ancient institution.

Decked with boughs of holly, filled with the scent of mulled wine and mince pies and brimming with festive cheer, enter the magnificent wood-panelled hall and immerse yourself in this joyous adaptation of the beloved Christmas classic for everyone aged 6 and over.

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Site location

Middle Temple Hall

Postal address:
Middle Temple Lane
London EC4Y 9AT

Box office tel: 0333 666 3366

Box office email: -

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Previews from:Saturday 21 December 2019

Closes:Monday 30 December 2019

Performance days & times


Daily at 3‑00pm and 7‑30pm

11‑00am and 3‑00pm on 24 December

No performances on 25 / 26 December






Reserved seats:

Adult £45

Unreserved seats:

Adult £35


Reserved seats:

Under 26 £35

Unreserved seats:

Under 26 £25

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Author: Charles Dickens
Production: Antic Disposition

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