'A Christmas Carol' is Now Sold Out!

All performances of A Christmas Carol are now sold out! To be added to our ticket waitlist, please fill out this form to be notified by email if any any additional tickets become available. Even if none do, we will be sure to contact you when details of our 2024 production are announced!

If you are looking for other wonderful entertainment options - or a thoughtful gift for someone special - please take a moment to check out our online silent auction! We have a variety of wonderful prizes and experiences from some of Toronto’s hottest venues and most beloved cultural institutions! Opening bids start at 50% of retail value or less and all proceeds go towards supporting A Christmas Carol so we can keep the tradition alive!


The Three Ships Collective was originally formed in 2018 for the purpose of creating and staging this production of A Christmas Carol. Past and present members include accomplished, critically-acclaimed, and Dora Award-winning artists whose credits include (among many others) Mirvish Productions, Soulpepper, Crow’s Theatre, The Shaw Festival, The National Ballet of Canada, as well as notable film and TV productions Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, The Boys, Murdoch Mysteries, The Umbrella Academy, The Expanse, and Kim’s Convenience.


Soup Can Theatre is a Toronto-based company that explores and comments on contemporary issues and societal challenges, offering audiences a theatrical experience that is both entertaining and enriching. Founded in 2009, Soup Can Theatre has been producing truly independent theatre, garnering critical acclaim, multiple awards and accolades, and a dedicated following of theatre-goers. Shows have included ambitious and immersive musical productions (Love is a Poverty You Can Sell I & II), contemporary re-imaginings of iconic works (Marat/Sade, Antigone, A Hand of Bridge, No Exit, The Threepenny Opera in Concert), intimate original creations (HERETIC) and unique and daring collaborative concepts (Circle J*rk).

Both the Three Ships Collective and Soup Can Theatre operate on a not-for-profit basis.

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