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Relaxed and signed performance of A Christmas Carol

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A Christmas Carol

Relaxed & Signed Performance: Thursday 1 February, 1.15pm


Join Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future as we take you on a magical journey in this brand new adaptation of Charles Dickens' much loved classic, A Christmas Carol.

In one ghostly Christmas night, cold-hearted businessman Ebenezer Scrooge learns to pity himself and to love his neighbour – but is that enough?

This performance has been designed for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment, including people with autism, sensory and communication disorders or learning disabilities. There will be a more relaxed attitude to noise and movement in the auditorium and the lighting and sound will be adapted. There will also be a chill-out area outside the auditorium, a visual story explaining the experience that will be sent out beforehand, and semi-integrated sign language by Clare Edwards. 

Call the Box Office on 01789 403436 to book. 

There is also a sign language interpreted performance on Wednesday 17 January, 7:15pm. This performance is unchanged apart from the integration of the interpreter, who is in costume and up close with the actors as part of the company and part of the story. There are very limited tickets available - please email ticketqueries@rsc.org.uk to enquire about this performance.

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A Christmas Carol cast dancing in rehearsals
Phil Davis in rehearsals
A Christmas Carol cast dancing in rehearsals


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