"Tis the season to be jolly" and all the more so as you still have time to catch the enigmatic JIM BROADBENT in A CHRISTMAS CAROL at the Noel Coward Theatre.
Jim take to the stage with his interpretation of Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens classic tale, this time cleverly re-worked by Patrick Barlow.
Scrooge reckons he is a capital chap. After all, he gives alms, but to the workhouses and prisons. He simply doesn’t notice his own casual cruelties, smiling benignly as he squeezes out hope and demands an ever greater return on his investments, insisting that everyone must work harder for less. Rather like George Osborne on budget day. Learning again to play like a child – and in the process reconnecting with the love of his mother, who died when he was a baby – is the key to Scrooge’s redemption.
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