It's good to be a child sometimes

At the table are: Mrs Cratchit (Amelia Williams). Martha Cratchit (Maia Ingoe), Tiny Tim (Parker Anderson), Belinda Cratchit (Alice Long), Peter Cratchit (Christoffer Fraser) and Bob Cratchit (Dave Henderson). Picture supplied

Charles Dickens’ Victorian story, A Christmas Carol, comes to life in and around the audience with Evolution Theatre Company’s stage adaptation of the story of redemption.

Most in need of redemption is grinchy, greedy businessman Ebenezer Scrooge played by Fraser Grout (left).

In this scene, one of a number of locations dotted around the theatre, the Ghost of Christmas Present (Wendy Dewstow) has taken Scrooge to a family feast at employee Bob Cratchit’s house.

At the table are Mrs Cratchit (Amelia Williams). Martha Cratchit (Maia Ingoe), Tiny Tim (Parker Anderson), Belinda Cratchit (Alice Long), Peter Cratchit (Christoffer Fraser) and Bob Cratchit (Dave Henderson).

Charles Dickens’ Victorian story, A Christmas Carol, comes to life in and around the audience with Evolution Theatre Company’s stage adaptation of the story of redemption.

Most in need of redemption is grinchy, greedy businessman Ebenezer Scrooge played by Fraser Grout (left).

In this scene, one of a number of locations dotted around the theatre, the Ghost of Christmas Present (Wendy Dewstow) has taken Scrooge to a family feast at employee Bob Cratchit’s house.

At the table are Mrs Cratchit (Amelia Williams). Martha Cratchit (Maia Ingoe), Tiny Tim (Parker Anderson), Belinda Cratchit (Alice Long), Peter Cratchit (Christoffer Fraser) and Bob Cratchit (Dave Henderson).

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