CHARLES DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL returns to The Hague, Eindhoven and the MuiderslotView all


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CHARLES DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL returns to The Hague, Eindhoven and the Muiderslot

17 December 2017 - 23 December 2017

CHARLES DICKENS' CHRISTMAS CAROL returns to The Hague, Eindhoven and the Muiderslot

Location:

17 December 2.30 pm Parktheater Eindhoven

20 December (5 & 8 pm) Muiderslot Muiden

21, 22, 23 December 8.15 pm Theater aan het Spui The Hague

Description

Dickens’ A Christmas Carol with British Masterstoryteller Ashley Ramsden

Accompanied by The Plumpudding Singers

A TRADITION??!!
Can Christmas start without Ashley Ramsden performing Dickens' all time seasonal story A CHRISTMAS CAROL? By now we have to conclude it can NOT!

For the 12th year in a row Ashley Ramsden returns with this still so relevant story about greed, poverty, insights, dreams and redemption. Can we still learn from this wise tale? Is it possible in this world that seems to be more divided than ever to share, live together and listen to one another? The gap between haves and have-nots seems to widen. And the difference in what is true and not-true (anymore) is no longer distinguishable. This story brings it all down to the essence that by sharing and considering the other we can only gain. A wonderful way to start the season of good will! Let's share it!  

The Plumpudding Singers
This four-part choir accompanies the performance and sings a cappella Christmas carols. The Plumpudding Singers originate from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. It is a choir that only performs during the winterseason accompanying this performance and in The Koninklijke Schouwburg in The Hague.

STET The English Theatre
STET The English Theatre is the sole theatre in the Netherlands with a theatre programme throughout the year only in English. STET was founded in 2006 and is based in The Hague but partners with the Parktheater in Eindhoven. The programme is diverse and produces both family productions as well as political dramas and more classical work. STET is one of the initiators of The Hague Shakespeare Festival which in April each year produces Shakespeare adaptations and original texts. STET runs an active education department with workshops and performances for international and Dutch schools throughout the Netherlands.

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