The Ghost of Christmas Future is coming to Knowsley as young actors from Altru and Knowsley Youth Theatres performing their own version of Charles Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol.
With some tickets remaining for the show, which is on at Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park this Sunday, December 15 at 6.30pm, you can book now by calling on 0151 443 2200, or in person at the centre. Tickets are priced just £6.
Expectations are high after the success of 2011’s performance of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.
This year’s drama is set in Victorian Liverpool, where people are getting ready for Christmas. Presents are under the tree, candles are lit and snow covers the ground. People are happy, smiling and full of festive cheer – all except for Ebenezer Scrooge.
But as Scrooge sits along on Christmas Eve, he has no idea how much one night is going to change his life... forever.
Sean Di Sora, Youth Theatre practitioner for Altru, said: “The young people are bringing to life a wonderful story, showing how Christmas could be celebrated by everyone.
“We hope the play will bring the community together and the audience will be amazed to see how talented young people from Knowsley are.”
So, come along and see some of the best young acting talent in Knowsley in this wonderfully Christmassy show.
Pictured: (Front) Connor Kelly, 16 with fellow cast members Lauren Cast, 13, Katie Shaw, 13, Natalie Vaughan, 14, and Jack Murphy, 13 who will all star in A Christmas Carol at Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park this Christmas.