Grand Theatre Announces Extension Of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Grand Theatre Announces Extension Of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Grand Theatre Announces Extension Of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

The Grand Theatre is thrilled to announce that A CHRISTMAS CAROL will be extended due to high demand. Dennis Garnhum's directorial debut at the Grand, featuring Ben Campbell, Blythe Wilson, Alexis Gordon, and Ian Deakin in a cast of 21, has become an audience favourite since it opened a week ago. A CHRISTMAS CAROL will be extended with one additional performance on Sunday, December 31 at 1pm.

The production opened to a 5-star review from the London Free Press, "What makes this show "epic" is Garnhum's delicious adaptation, which is a feast for the senses enhanced by outstanding performances led by Benedict Campbell in the starring role of Ebenezer Scrooge," said Entertainment Writer, Joe Belanger.

The Grand Theatre's #HumbugtoHunger campaign, in support of the London Food Bank and the Business Cares program, continues throughout the run. Cash donations are being collected following each performance.

On selected dates, the London Children's Museum will be at the theatre running pre-show activities for children on Sunday, December 17, Saturday, December 23, and Sunday, December 24 (matinees).

Tickets are $29.95 to $88 (includes HST and CIF - prices subject to change). Tickets are available at www.grandtheatre.com, by phone at 519-672-8800, or at the Box Office, 471 Richmond Street. The Grand Theatre gratefully acknowledges the support of the 2017/18 Season Sponsor BMO Financial Group and A CHRISTMAS CAROL Title Sponsor, London Life.

About the Grand Theatre:
Under the leadership of Artistic Director Dennis Garnhum and Executive Director Deb Harvey, the Grand is a leading cultural hub proudly located in the heart of downtown London, Ontario. The Grand offers diverse, relevant, and original stories from around the globe through collaborations with national and international performing arts organizations and is committed to developing, producing, and premiering original homegrown stories through COMPASS, a New Play Development Program. The Grand supports educational programming and youth mentorship such as The High School Project, the only program of its kind in North America, and 100 Schools, a new community initiative that brings professional theatre to London-area schools in 2018 at no cost.

A not-for-profit regional theatre, the Grand produces and presents professional theatre on two stages: the Spriet Stage (839 seats) and the McManus Stage (144 seats). The Grand's season runs from September to May.


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