About the showScrooge the Musical will return to the London Palladium once again for a limited season this Christmas. After numerous UK tours and a stint at the Palladium in 2005, this timeless show returns for a limited Christmas period for 2012/13. Veteran performer Tommy Steele will bring the show to life as Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future to help him find the true meaning and joy of the holidays.
It's Christmas Eve in Victorian London, and miser Ebenezer Scrooge rejects the joy of his loyal office worker Bob Cratchit who is excited for the holidays. As he sits alone by candlelight he is visited by the ghost of his old business partner Jacob Marley, who warns him that he will be visited by three spirits; The ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. Throughout the evening he is shown how his life could be different and is forced to analyse the choices he has made. As Christmas day approaches, he sees the errors of his ways and rejoices, bringing happiness to the life of Bob Cratchit and his family.
Who Should See It?Children and families will enjoy seeing this heartwarming tale on stage again in a new musical production. Based on the film starring Albert Finney, the show includes famous songs such as 'I Hate People' and 'Thank You Very Much'. Rediscover Charles Dickens' classic tale of Victorian London in a grand and spectacular production.
Yes. Please note that children under 5 will not be admitted into the theatre.
Ebenezer Scrooge - An old miser who hates Christmas and says 'Bah, Humbug' to life.
Bob Cratchit - Scrooge's faithful employee who works for little pay under harsh conditions. He fights to remain positive and strives to ensure his family has the best Christmas possible.
Jacob Marley - Scrooge's old business partner who visits him as a ghost to warn him of his fate.
Tiny Tim - Cratchit's sickly son who walks with a crutch. Famous for his line 'God bless us, everyone!'
The Spirits - The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future who each visit Scrooge throughout the night to help him see the errors of his ways.
24th Oct 2012
11th Apr 2021
12th Jan 2013
2 hours 20 minutes