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“The jokes are brilliantly bad, the songs are wonderful and all in all the whole performance is hilarious. Its proper fun for all the family, which is exactly what you want at Christmas.“

Bristol 24/7

“A Christmas Cracker full of Festive  fun“ 

The Reviews Hub ★★★★

"Christmas tradition laced with amusing social comment, saucy lyrics and really, really well-constructed comedy."

Bristol Post

28 Nov 2023 - 6 Jan 2024

Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis 

The Spring, Havant 

The Exchange, Sturminster Newton

The Neeld, Chippenham

Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury

Blakehay Theatre,Weston-super-Mare

The Theatre Shop, Clevedon

Artsreach, Dorset 

Valley Arts, Chew Valley 

Dorchchester Arts Centre,

Pound Arts, Corsham

2 Dec  2015 -  9 Jan 2016

Artsreach, Dorset

The Brewery, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Yeo Valley HQ, Blagdon

Theatre at The Bay, Weston-super-Mare

The Theatre Shop, Clevedon 

26 Nov - 23 Dec 2016

Arts Depot Islington, London

Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes

Taunton Brewhouse

Berry Theatre, Southampton

The Exchange, Sturminster Newton

The Hat Factory Luton

Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham

Bridport Arts Centre 

Corn Exchange, Dorchester

Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis

Subscription Rooms, Stroud

The Spring, Havant

Phoenix Arts Centre, Bordon

Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham

Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot

Rondo Theatre, Bath

Flavel Arts Centre, Dartmouth

The  Pound, Corsham

A Christmas Carol


Hard hearted Ebenezer Scrooge hates the season of goodwill. Until a visit from three spirits one

Christmas Eve makes him rethink his... blah blah blah.

We all know the story. We’ve all seen the film(s). But who’s the best Scrooge of all time? Albert Finney? Alistair Sim? Patrick Stewart? Well, just hold your horses there! Because you’ve yet to witness Bristol actor Craig Edwards’ take on Dickens’ mean miserabilist.

He waits, like a coiled spring, ready to bring his unique brand of Midlands malcontentment to the role. And he’s brought Clevedon’s finest, Stu Mcloughlin, along for the ride to play (almost literally) all the other parts!

Hilarious, tender, idiotic and musically virtuosic by turns, Living Spit’s two-man adaptation of A Christmas Carol promises a feast of festive foolery that’ll have you splitting your sprouts with laughter, or your money back!*

*only joking about the “money back” bit

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