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Cost Adults £16.50, £14.50 and £12.50 Children £9.50, Schools £9 Concessions £1 off standard priced tickets only. Group rate - 1 free for every 10 purchased (including schools). Call 0843 208 6003 Previews reduced rate (see website)
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Ebenezer Scrooge is the world's most notorious miser, who even begrudges his staff a day off at Christmas until he's confronted by the Spirits of Christmas - Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future - who use magic to show him the miserable consequences of his meanness. Then even Scrooge has to relent!

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Dickens' timeless and heart-warming tale, directed by Rachel O'Riordan, who directed Grimm Tales, at the Library Theatre in 2009/2010 to terrific reviews - including;

"Brimming with verve and invention… one of the productions of the year" - What's On Stage

"A perfect marriage of music, movement, acting, storytelling and visual imagery in a slick and superbly-performed piece of theatre" - British Theatre Guide

"Library Theatre shows can be depended upon for outstanding storytelling and inventive stagecraft, which speak directly to children without talking down to them" - The Guardian on Tom's Midnight Garden (2002)

"Thank goodness for Manchester's Library Theatre, which takes the opportunity to present children with something a bit more intellectually challenging and even morally weighty than pantomime at this time of year" The Independent on Tom's Midnight Garden (2007).

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