Fan Favourites Return to Curve this Christmas

Curve has revealed the full cast for its Christmas production of the classic British musical Scrooge, reuniting audience favourites from previous Curve productions such as Grease, What The Butler Saw, The Importance of Being Earnest, Legally Blonde and Sister Act. 

Leading the show as Scrooge is Jasper Britton who recently appeared in Curve’s production of What the Butler Saw and Karen Mann, who has starred in Curve’s previous productions of The Witches and Sister Act, will play the role of Scrooge’s ghostly business partner Marley.

Rising talents Sharan Phull and Nathanael Landskroner will also return to Curve for the Christmas production, having both started their professional careers on the theatre’s stage.

Also returning will be the ,much loved Darren Bennett as Mr Fezziwig, Lara Denning as Mrs Cratchitt, Lauren Stroud, Mathew Caputo, Natalie Woods, Rachel Stanley and Taylor Walker.

Completing the company this Christmas will be Anton Stephans, Ben Redfern, Bree Smith, Chantel Bellew, Danny-Boy Hatchard, Hollie Taylor, Joe Maxwell, Nia Jermin, Sean Lopeman and Sophie Caton. The production will open on 23 November, with previews from 18 November, and will run until 7 January.

In a joint comment, Curve Chief Executive Chris Stafford and Artistic Director Nikolai Foster said “We are honoured to be working with a first rate company to bring Leslie Bricusse’s brilliant musical adaptation of this timeless story to life. We are thrilled the incomparable Jasper Britton will lead this astonishing company, many returning to Curve having worked with us before. Audiences are in for a festive treat like no other, warming hearts and bringing joy.”

Based on Charles Dickens’ much-loved A Christmas Carol, Scrooge is the perfect festive family treat and features the Oscar nominated score and songs from the 1970 film of the same name.

Will the miserable Scrooge cancel Christmas? Bah Humbug! Or can he learn the error of his ways and let a little festive cheer shine in his otherwise dreary world?

Audiences can meet the miserly Ebenezer, the Cratchitt family and a whole host of Dickens’ most famous characters in this heart-warming story, with a score including the Oscar-nominated hit Thank You Very Much, I Hate Christmas, Happiness and many more.

To find out more or to book tickets visit www.curveonline.co.uk