The Three Ships Collective, with the support of Soup Can Theatre, is thrilled to announce the return of its immersive and award-winning production of “A Christmas Carol”. Now in its fifth festive year, this beloved adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale will once again fill the historic Campbell House Museum with mirth, music, and merriment from December 6th to 22nd, 2023.

This unique theatrical experience invites audience members to step into the world of Victorian England and follow the flinty miser Ebenezer Scrooge on his ghostly journey of redemption. The production features original scenes, characters, songs, and dialogue, making it a re-imagining of the beloved holiday tale unlike any other.

The show stars Thomas Gough in his critically-acclaimed role as Scrooge, alongside a stellar cast that includes Chloe Bradt, Will Carr, Justine Christensen, Nicholas Eddie, Alyzia Inès Fabregui, Deebs Franz, John Fray, Renisha Henry, Jonnie Lombard, Manon Ens-Lapointe, Ava Marquis, Luke Marty, Briony Merritt, and Jesse Nerenberg.

Under the guidance of Director Sare Thorpe and Playwright Justin Haigh, “A Christmas Carol” has become a hallmark of the holiday season. With its lavish costumes, breathtaking sets, and captivating performances, this production has enchanted audiences for over a decade, earning rave reviews and becoming one of Toronto’s newest holiday traditions.

Performances will take place at the Campbell House Museum, located at 160 Queen St West, just steps from the Queen and University / Osgoode subway station. Each performance runs approximately 90 minutes, with shows taking place Tuesdays to Saturdays at 6:30pm and 8:45pm, and Sundays at 4:30pm and 6:45pm. There will be no performances on Tuesday, December 12th.

Tickets range from $25-$50 and are available at Don’t miss this magical holiday experience that promises to be the highlight of Toronto’s cultural calendar!

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