Old Vic: A Christmas Carol
Time Out says
Andrew Lincoln plays Scrooge in the Old Vic’s stage version of Charles Dickens's classic yuletide story about a miser forcibly unclenched by visions of his own grinchiness. Matthew Warchus directs this 2017 adaptation by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child); the production—a version of which played on Broadway last season and earned five Tony nominations—includes many visually arresting sequences and a dozen Christmas carols. As part of the Old Vic’s In Camera series, A Christmas Carol will be performed on the company’s London stage as a full production, with 18 performers, live music and theatrical lights, sets and costumes—but no audience except at home. Tickets cost £20–£65 (roughly $25–$85) and must be purchased in advance; all price tiers provide the same view, so the cheaper ones tend to sell out faster.