A Christmas CarolChoose Dates & Book
Written by Beth Flintoff
Directed by Paul Stacey & Chris Cuming
The magic of Reading Rep’s sellout production A Christmas Carol returns, bigger and bolder than before.
The Christmas spirit is plentiful. It’s found its way everywhere except Huntley and Palmer’s Biscuit Factory, where Scrooge reigns terror amongst his employees.
Will a visit from a familiar ghost or two help bring the sparkle back into Scrooge’s Christmas?
Your favourite characters are back, bringing festive wonder to the cobbled streets of Reading. Charles Dickens’ seminal story told with nostalgia and charm, the perfect Christmas treat.
Suitable for the entire family.
With our new season of shows comes a complete price overhaul. With the cost of living being so high, we want to make sure our theatre is still affordable and accessible to everyone. Therefore, all tickets are now under £20 and we are also offering ticket deals for under 30’s and families.
UNDER 30’s – For the first week of performances, tickets will be £5 for those under 30 years old. This is limited to 30 tickets per performance.
Use code – 30UNDER on checkout.
FAMILIES – Get 4 tickets for the price of 3. 2 of those tickets MUST be child tickets.
Use code – RRFAMILY on checkout.
Babes in Arms Tickets:
Babes in Arms tickets, for children (where suitable) up to 18 months cost a £1 administration fee. These tickets are required in order to comply with our Health and Safety policy. Please note, these cannot be bought online and will need to be purchased at the Box Office on arrival.
Reading Rep Theatre has a long history of working with schools throughout Reading, and we look forward to collaborating with you. We have set up an exclusive inbox for schools enquiries and bookings, so please email email@example.com with your query, and one of our ENGAGE team will follow up on your query as soon as possible.
Our schools’ and community project DEAR MR SCROOGE is back and bigger than before, inspiring groups of all ages to examine the story of A Christmas Carol and to find their own way to tell this beloved story.
Paul Stacey & Chris Cuming