'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!

MASKING POLICIES

Masking for this year’s production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ is encouraged but optional. Due to the historic nature of the Campbell House Museum and the unique staging of this production, audience members will often be standing in very close proximity to each other and to the actors, and doing so in rooms of varying sizes. For that reason, please note the following:

1. For the health and safety of both our audiences and our cast, we reserve the right to require anyone exhibiting cold or flu symptoms to wear a mask (if not already doing so). Production staff will provide a mask if required.

2. We reserve the right to change our optional masking policy in response to an increase in Covid case numbers and/or the recommendations of local health authorities. Should this policy be updated, we will inform ticket buyers by email before their performance.

If there is a suspected or confirmed case of Covid in your party, please call 416-597-0227 ext. 2 or contact sarah@campbellhousemuseum.ca before attending your performance to discuss options.

 

MASK-MANDATORY PERFORMANCES

For the benefit of those with differing comfort levels, performances on Sunday December 10th at 4:30pm and Sunday December 17th at 4:30pm are designated as “Mask-Mandatory” performances. Patrons attending these two performances will be required to wear a mask at all times while inside the Campbell House Museum.

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