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A Christmas Carol

Run Time 60 minutes no interval
Ticket Price $35.00 plus $3.50 BF
Presented By ClueDunnit
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Friday
02 July 2021
2:00 pm
Friday
02 July 2021
7:00 pm
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Dickens’ celebrated classic is brought to life in this delightful ‘One Man Show’.

Without changing costumes or makeup, the production embodies all the characters of Dickens’s masterpiece.

On Christmas Eve, cold-hearted Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his business partner, Jacob Marley, heralding that three spirits will come to haunt Scrooge.

The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future project the errors of Scrooge’s past and present and how they could lead to a calamitous end.

The ghosts remind Scrooge of his optimistic childhood and his rotten relationships with relatives and colleagues alike.

He witnesses the struggles of his clerk Bob Cratchit and family, particularly Bob’s son, the weak but optimistic Tiny Tim.

Inevitably, the Ghost of Christmas ‘Yet to Come’ echoes how his frightful behaviour will lead to loneliness and despair.

Suitable for 12+ audience.

  Reserve Your Tickets

BREC is observing current COVID seating requirements to keep you safe. Please pre-purchase your tickets online and try to book with others as a group. Seating is allocated, and tickets are limited for this event. If you experience any issues while booking tickets, please contact our Box office team on 1300 661 272. Our Box Office is open Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.

  Your Safety

Our community’s safety comes first. So we have moved to online bookings and contactless payments at the bar, have increased hygiene measures and will observe required COVID restrictions.

If you are feeling unwell please do not attend and contact our Box Office team to discuss your options. Read more about our current safety measures in our Venue Guide.

“Burns is every bit the embodiment of A Christmas Carol – beginning as narrator, citing the original story verbatim, he moves seamlessly from character to character.”

Laura Money