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London Musical Theatre Orchestra presents A Christmas Carol Tickets4.7/5 - based on 37 reviews
About London Musical Theatre Orchestra presents A Christmas Carol
London Musical Theatre Orchestra presents A Christmas Carol description
Taken on a magical and transformational journey by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future the cold-hearted miser, Scrooge becomes a changed man overnight.
A new staging with the orchestra and chorus of the English national Opera and the London Musical Theatre Orchestra brings this fabulous re-telling of Charles Dickens’ heart-warming tale of redemption and the true spirit of Christmas to the London Coliseum stage.
This production has an extraordinary Broadway team behind it. The music is by four-time Oscar winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Pocahontas), original choreography from five-time Tony Award-winner Susan Stroman (The Producers, Crazy For You), with lyrics by Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime, Seussical) and book by Mike Ockrent (Crazy For You, Me and My Girl).
London Musical Theatre Orchestra presents A Christmas Carol reviews
What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (73%)
Latest customer reviews
This show was an excellent alternative from the brilliant story that is " A Christmas Carol". If you enjoy orchestral music then you should not miss this show.
Reviewed on 11 December 2018 by Caroline, Greenford, United Kingdom
After a problem with the show being at a different theater to the one advertised, very quickly resolved by London Box office, we enjoyed the show. The lighting and atmosphere was wonderful and the cast presented the show in a joyful style. Could not ask for more and would highly recommend.
Reviewed on 07 December 2018 by Steve, Gillingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 31 January 2016 by Helena, Southampton, United Kingdom
Went for my mums birthday with my Nan, suitable and funny for all generations.. Great production!
Reviewed on 31 January 2016 by Taome, Northampton, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 19 January 2016 by Maria, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 17 January 2016 by Nicola, Haverhill, United Kingdom
A truly exceptional performance by all involved. A wonderful interpretation of Dickens!
Reviewed on 09 January 2016 by Anne, Banbridge, United Kingdom
All our group loved it - 3 generations.
Reviewed on 07 January 2016 by Beryl, Enfield, United Kingdom
Went with my children and friend and had a fab time with a great upgrade to excellent seats. Panto had a great feel good message and we loved Jim Broadbent as Scrooge. All in an excellent night and well worth our trip down from Scotland and braving Storm Frank.
Reviewed on 06 January 2016 by Evelyn, Thornhill, United Kingdom
We loved the show!! A timeless Christmas Classic! We would like to thank the wonderful and helpful staff who arranged to move us into better seats because my husband could not fit comfortably into our original seats due to his hip and knee problems!
Reviewed on 02 January 2016 by Judith, Sidcup, United Kingdom
Loved the whole package. Jim Broadbent was great, hats for Kratchit kids brilliant as was tiny Tim.
Reviewed on 31 December 2015 by Stewart, Lake Mary, United States
Excellent show for all
Reviewed on 24 December 2015 by Kevin, Chessington, United Kingdom
The actors were great and some played multiple parts. The show incorporated a revolving stage with different rooms, plus lots of props which were used very effectively and imagnatively. It was very funny in parts (particularly the false legs!), even the ghosts were friendly! All in all, itwas a good show - maybe I expected it to be a bit more 'luscious' in its design and scenery though.
Reviewed on 24 December 2015 by Philip, Blandford Forum, United Kingdom
Brilliant show - Broadbent and Akhtar stole the show.
Reviewed on 21 December 2015 by Hannah, London, United Kingdom
The acting was spectacular and the way they had the set as a revolving stage was great. It was comical and takes you through a whole range of emotions, a definite must see.
Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by Luke, Stockport, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 19 December 2015 by Andrew, Tyldesley, United Kingdom
Very enjoyable play. Loved it.
Reviewed on 18 December 2015 by Jackie, Bonney Lake, United States
Loved the show, theater, and the amazing atmosphere!
Reviewed on 17 December 2015 by Christopher, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Not as we expected so disappointed!
Reviewed on 15 December 2015 by Linda, Dunmow, United Kingdom
Really great show
Reviewed on 13 December 2015 by Sue, Northampton, United Kingdom
Very disappointing evening of theatre. The production tried to be serious at times or was panto and farce at others. The uncomfortable mix was a mess. As soon as any serious conveying of the point of the story began, it would be interrupted with a stupid joke or gesture. Jim Broadbent whom we were very keen to see on stage did not seem comfortable in the mash up of a show. Give it a pass.
Reviewed on 07 December 2015 by Kenneth, Seattle, United States
Reviewed on 06 December 2015 by Eric, Bow, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 05 December 2015 by Nina, Near Welshpool, United Kingdom
A wonderful, wonderful, wonderful performance. Utterly spellbinding from start to finish. It makes you want to read all of Dickens over again.
Reviewed on 28 December 2012 by Anonymous
Brilliant tour de force
Reviewed on 20 December 2012 by Anonymous
As this is a one-man show and requires a certain level of familiarity with the story, understanding of the period and ability to use the imagination, ability to use the imagination, I would not recommend it for children with short attention spans or under the age of 8. There were 2 children in the seats next to me who fidgeted , kicked the seats in front and were generally bored throughout (brought up on a diet of Disney no doubt!) I thought the parents probably wanted to see it, rather than the children, who were probably expecting something that did not require them to concentrate. A pity, because I thought it was excellent!
Reviewed on 20 December 2012 by Anonymous
Simon Callow is a total delight in Dicken's A Christmas Carol. A perfect performance of a timeless story.
Reviewed on 19 December 2012 by Anonymous
A brilliant rendering of an old favorite with Simon Callow doing what he does best
Reviewed on 12 December 2012 by Anonymous
Poor toilet facilities @ theatre
Reviewed on 09 December 2012 by Anonymous
The theatre itself is a bit run down, but that takes nothing from the performance, a one-man tour de force. A great Christmas evening out.
Reviewed on 30 November 2012 by Anonymous
Spot The Scrooge - why Charles Dickens' iconic character is more relevant than ever
by Josephine Balfour-Oatts | Wednesday, December 11 2019, 20:44
How being more Scrooge can inspire you to do good this winter, plus a selection of our favourite adaptations of A Christmas Carol - arguably, the nation's most beloved seasonal story.Spot The Scrooge - why Charles Dickens' iconic character is more relevant than ever
Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL at the Noel Coward Theatre
by Phil Willmott | Thursday, December 17 2015, 10:01
This new, much anticipated version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL is not only a celebration of all things festive but also of theatre itself.
Director Phelim McDermott has long been a master of unlocking an audience’s imagination with simple and clever use of props in magical ways, so it makes sense that he has staged this most Victorian of stories amidst the back stage chaos of a Victorian theatre.Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL at the Noel Coward Theatre
Jim Broadbent to play Scrooge, but will it be a double act?
by Phil Willmott | Tuesday, September 1 2015, 13:34
If a seasonal theatre trip is one of your Christmas traditions you’ll be thrilled to hear that the rumours are true, movie star and national treasure Jim Broadbent is to star as Scrooge in a new production of A Christmas Carol.
Intriguingly it’s to be adapted by his former comedy partner, Patrick Barlow.Jim Broadbent to play Scrooge, but will it be a double act?
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