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       The Puppet Theatre Barge

  Little Venice,

Central London

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                    Movingstage present

A  favourite for the Christmas season

 

Scrooge will be back with

  

A Christmas Carol

by

Charles Dickens

 

Please book now to avoid disappointment

A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens

 

November 29 at 3pm

November 30 at 3pm

December 6   at 3pm

December 7   at 3pm

December 13 at 3pm

December 14 at 3pm

 

DAILY

December 20, 21, 22 & 23 at 3pm

 

Break for Christmas

 

DAILY

December 27, 28, 29, 30, & 31 at 3pm

 

New year 2015

 

DAILY

January 1, 2, 3 & 4 at 3pm

 

Then the following weekend

 

January 10 at 3pm

January 11 at 3pm

 

    Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean, tight-fisted old man.

    He hates everyone and everything, except of 

   course his money. But one Christmas the past

   comes back to haunt him, and he is never the

   same again.With a cast of marionettes and shadow

   puppets, this makes for a beautifully atmospheric

   retelling of the Dickens classic.

                                                      (Suitable for adults & children down to age 4)

 

Booking open for the Xmas season

 

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A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens

 

Telephone +44(0)20 7249 6876

Master, Visa, Amex accepted

Children £8.50, Seniors £10, Adults £12

 

Administration

Movingstage Marionette Company

78 Middleton Road, London E8 4BP

 

Telephone +44 (0) 20 7249 6876

Email: puppet@movingstage.co.uk

         

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           “If you are looking for quite a different, special

            experience, take your inner child to the puppet barge

           and be engrossed by the tales the puppets tell.”

                                                                                 Remote Goat

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                      The Barge at Little Venice

      

                

        

                           Scrooge works out the wages

 

                                    

                                                  Two gentlemen approach Scrooge for charitable giving

 

 

                                                                            

                                                                         The ghost of Xmas past gives Scrooge some advice