NEWS: West End Star David Burt to Lead Cast of Antic Disposition’s A Christmas Carol

It has been announced that Olivier Award nominated actor David Burt will reprise his role as Scrooge in Antic Disposition’s production of A Christmas Carol. 

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Returning to Middle Temple Hall from the 22nd December, Antic Disposition’s production of Charles Dickens’ classic festive tale will  see David Anthony, Charlotte Armer, Chris Courtenay, Elliot Fitzpatrick, Katie Lovell, Dean Riley and Katherine Robb star in the show.

A Christmas Carol will also star Scott Brooks, Mabel Clements, Kate Hume, Timothy Mylechreest and María Rodríguez Reina, who will be joining the production for the first time. Additionally, young actors Harvey Loakes (The Wind in the Willows, London Palladium) and Charlie McLellan (Kinky Boots, Adelphi Theatre) will share the role of Tiny Tim.

A joyous celebration of the festive season, Antic Disposition’s A Christmas Carol combines the ghostly tale of miser Ebenezer Scrooge with a score of original songs inspired by the carols of a traditional Victorian Christmas. Newly expanded for 2017 for a talented company of actor-musicians, the production has already been seen by over 7,000 people and is firmly established as one of London’s most magical Christmas treats.

Antic Disposition’s production was first performed at the Middle Temple Hall in 2012 and has been revised for 2017 to include a talented company of actor-musicians and a score of original songs inspired by the carols of a traditional Victorian Christmas.

A Christmas Carol has been adapted for the stage by Antic Disposition’s artistic directors Ben Horslen and John Risebero.

A Christmas Carol will be performed at Middle Temple Hall from the 22nd to the 30th December. For more information visit:

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