It has been announced that West End star David Hunter and Olivier-nominated West End actor David Burt will star in A Christmas Carol at the Middle Temple Hall from the 22nd to the 30th December.
The award-winning theatre company Antic Disposition’s production will see David Hunter (Once) take the role of Bob Cratchit, while David Burt will reprise his role as Scrooge.
David Hunter first caught the public’s attention when he appeared as a finalist on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ITV casting programme Superstar . He has appeared extensively on the West End stage in productions such as One Man, Two Guvnors, Tommy and Seussical.
Meanwhile, David Burt is one of the West End’s most respected actors having appeared in the original casts for Les Miserables and Evita. Other credits include roles in Cats, Chess and Kiss Me Kate.
Joining them in the production are: David Anthony, Chris Courtenay, Alex Hooper, Victoria Hope, Kerry Loosemore, Katie Lovell, Dean Riley, Andrea Sadler, and child actors Harley Gallacher, Leo Mann, Miles Roughley and Archie Stevens.
Performed at the 16th century Middle Temple Hall, a location known to Dickens who studied law at the institution, this production is directed by Ben Horslen and John Risebero.
This classic tale by Charles Dickens is brought vividly to life by Antic Disposition for a limited time at the venue. The company are renowned for their site-specific productions including sold-out productions of The Tempest and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
A Christmas Carol will be performed at the Middle Temple Hall from the 22nd to the 30th December. To buy tickets visit: