A Christmas Carol

    A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, adapted by Karen Louise Hebden, played from Thursday 23 – Sunday 26 January 2014 at Knowle Village Hall.

    Karen Louise Hebden’s faithful yet unique version of this classic story takes us to London on Christmas Eve, 1843. Ebenezer Scrooge hates Christmas, but that night he is paid a series of ghostly visits. Will Scrooge change his ways before it’s too late?


    Scrooge – Dave Pinwell
    Marley/Bob Cratchit – Matt Barnard
    Ghost of Christmas Past – Chloe Thomas
    Ghost of Christmas Present/Fezziwig/Old Joe – Stephen Andrews
    Ghost of Christmas Yet-to-Come – Scott Pinwell
    Fred – Liam Johnson
    Mrs Fred – Jayne Beecraft
    Mrs Cratchit – Paula Keogh
    Tiny Tim – Katie Thomas
    Mrs Fezziwig/Charwoman – Pauline Murdoch
    Mrs Dilber – Margaret Fulford

    Ensemble – Linda Cooper, Hannah Dacombe, Harvey Grant, Jacob Lamb, Charlotte MacMillan, Ellie Royle, Liberty Severn, Beckie White, Catherine Wyatt


    A Christmas Carol


    Director – Chris Cooper
    Assistant Director – Rachel Pinwell