Further casting has been confirmed for the musical playing at the Dominion Theatre from the 7th December.

Joining the previously announced Brian Conley as Scrooge will be Jacqueline Jossa making her West End debut as Emily/Ghost of Christmas Future, Matt Willis will play Bob Cratchit, Lucie Jones will play The Ghost of Christmas Past, Sandra Marvin as Mrs Fezziwig and Martyn Ellis (My Fair Lady, One Man, Two Guvnors) who will play her husband Mr Fezziwig.

Cedric Neal  will be The Ghost of Christmas Present, Jeremy Secomb  takes the role of Jacob Marley, Rebecca Lock (Heathers, Curtains) will play Mrs Cratchit and Sam Oladeinde will be Fred Anderson/Young Scrooge.

This musical based on Charles Dickens’ festive story was written by Alan Menken (AladdinBeauty and the Beast), Lynn Ahrens (AnastasiaRagtime) and Mike Ockrent (Me and My GirlCrazy for You).

Telling the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean-spirited miser who does not believe in the power of Christmas. But on a Christmas Eve filled with memorable characters, spectacular songs, ghostly apparitions and journeys to the past, present and future, Scrooge acknowledges his mistakes and discovers the joy of redemption. 

The production is produced by Freddie Tapner for the London Musical Theatre Orchestra and Gary England. Meanwhile, the creative team is led by Shaun Kerrisonwho has helmed several previous concert productions for LMTO (A Christmas CarolMack and MabelCandide) as well as BBC Proms My Fair Lady and Kiss Me, Kate, with Freddie Tapner (founder of LMTO) as Musical Director. Sound Design is by Nick Lidster for Autograph (Jesus Christ SuperstarThe Band), Design is by Dora Schweitzer (The Wipers Times), Musical Staging is by Tim Jackson (Merrily We Roll AlongThe Season), Lighting Design is by Mike Robertson (Sunday in the Park with George), Projection Design is by George Reeve (Six Broadway, Rogers and Hammersteins’s Cinderella) and Casting is by Jim Arnold CDG (WickedThe Prince of Egypt).

A Christmas Carol will run at the Dominion Theatre from the 7th December until the 2nd January 2021. To book tickets visit: Love Theatre.comLondon Theatre Direct.com orTheatre Tickets Direct.co.uk .


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