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November 30th to December 22nd at the Historic Campbell House Museum

Step into the world of Victorian England and follow flinty miser Ebenezer Scrooge on his ghostly journey of redemption. A medley of mirth, music, and the macabre, A Christmas Carol is the perfect holiday experience!

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“Brilliant! … Imaginative! … Impeccable! … A One-of-a-Kind Production!”

– NOW Magazine

★★★★

“Delightful! … Charming! … This production is extravagant in ways that Scrooge would not approve of.”

– MGT Magazine

Tickets on Sale Now!

November 30th to December 22nd at the Historic Campbell House Museum

Step into the world of Victorian England and follow flinty miser Ebenezer Scrooge on his ghostly journey of redemption. A medley of mirth, music, and the macabre, A Christmas Carol is the perfect holiday experience!

“Outstanding! … Uplifting! … Ingenious! … A unique and truly wonderful production!”

– SesayArts

“Magical! … One of the best productions on offer! … Uses the gift of setting the story in the Campbell House Museum to its full advantage.”

– Slotkin Letter

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

The Three Ships Collective’s A Christmas Carol is an original and immersive theatrical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ story that includes brand new scenes, characters, dialogue, and songs, making it a retelling of the beloved holiday tale unlike any other! Set in the historic and picturesque Campbell House Museum located at the corner of Queen and University in downtown Toronto, this production invites audience members to step into the world of Victorian England and follow flinty miser Ebenezer Scrooge on his ghostly journey of redemption.

It was first staged in December 2018 and was an immediate success; selling out the entire run even before the first public performance, and receiving rave reviews from both the press and public alike. The production was recognized at the 2018 My Entertainment World Awards, with lead actor Thomas Gough winning for ‘Outstanding Leading Performance in a Play (Independent)’, and director Sarah Thorpe nominated for ‘Outstanding Direction’.

A mirthful medley of magic, music, and the macabre, A Christmas Carol is an unmissable holiday experience!