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A Christmas Carol at Folkestone Quarterhouse

Festive fun for all the family!

Charles Dickens’ Christmas classic is brought to life this December, with a brand new, thrilling production from LAStheatre, adapted by Barra Collins and Folkestone local, Cherry Truluck. It's packed full of songs, silliness and a whole lot of festive cheer. 

LAStheatre specialise in creating memorable theatrical experiences – from ambitious theatrical productions, to interactive installations and festival spectacles. 

Catch A Christmas Carol at Folkestone Quarterhouse from Friday 14th – Monday 24th December. Tickets cost just £8 for adults; £7 for children; £27 for a family (2 adults and 2 children); or £5 per child for schools (1 free teacher for every 10 children).

Visit their website to find out more and book tickets, or call the Box Office on 01303 760750.
 

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