Take a step back in time this Christmas Eve with a visit to the enchanting Charles Dickens Museum.
The Museum will be filled with festive greenery, authentic Victorian fayre and the scent of citrus and spice. And as you wander and explore, the museum will come alive with for a theatrical event as we bring Dickens’s home to life with scenes from A Christmas Carol.
A Christmas Carol is widely known as the inspiration of what Christmas has become for us today. Charles Dickens showed the world how the magic of Christmas can teach us to change our ways for the better and to keep the generosity of the season throughout the year. This year, experience Scrooge’s journey in the year 2019. Can a modern-day miser change his ways? And is the spirit of Christmas strong enough in our contemporary time to show us the importance of kindness? Explore how Christmas in London has changed since Dickens roamed its streets. But, more importantly, discover how relevant the themes of this tale are today. Forget bonnets and top hats and prepare to meet your favourite characters in a setting like never before. The story may be familiar, but this will be an experience that is once in a lifetime. Equapoise Theatre are delighted to present this immersive experience in collaboration with The Charles Dickens Museum.
Round off your Christmas Eve visit with warming mulled wine and indulge in traditional mince pies in the family home of the great Victorian author.
All tickets are for timed entry but once admitted, visitors are welcome to stay with us until close.
Entry includes a complimentary drink and mince pie so we will not be offering a regular cafe service on this day.
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Reserve tickets at this website2019-12-24 00:00 2019-12-24 00:00 Europe/London Carol for a Modern Miser: Christmas Eve The Charles Dickens Museum will be filled with festive greenery, authentic Victorian fayre and the scent of citrus and spice. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2019/12/24/carol-for-a-modern-miser-christmas-eve-220137 Charles Dickens Museum,48 Doughty Street, London, London,