Miracle on St Mary Street
Performances from 27 December
We are pleased to confirm that we can proceed with socially distanced performances of A Christmas Carol from 27 Dec, in line with the latest government guidance. Seating in the Main House will be re-allocated to achieve social distancing and bookers will receive new tickets. All bookers have been sent detailed information on next steps by email. We thank everyone for their patience and understanding.
Cardiff, 1843. Money is all Scrooge has. She has lots of it. It’s all she has ever had but it’s never made her happy. But on Christmas Eve she will meet three ghosts who will teach her the most important lesson of all. By Christmas morning she will have learned how to live for the first time.
Experience the full joy of Christmas with this spectacular new production of Gary Owen’s adaptation of Dickens’ uplifting story performed by an exceptional cast of actor musicians.
All audience members aged 18 and over must obtain and show a NHS Covid Pass to gain entry to a performance. Find out more here.
Please wear a mask throughout your visit.
All audience members and visitors must wear a mask (or masks) for the duration of their visit including during performances, unless you are exempt (except when eating and drinking in the auditorium). Café Bar customers are not expected to wear a mask whilst seated at a table.