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Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol at Windsor Castle seems a perfect match for a Victorian-style Christmas family show. ‘The man who invented Christmas’ in this country...

What the Dickens and Bah Humbug! It’s that time of year that is as synonymous with the stage version of A Christmas Carol as...

  You can positively feel the chill of the marshes seeping into your bones in Neil Bartlett’s adaptation of this dark classic, full of foreboding...

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre has been forced to defend a sex scene and strong language in its adaption of A Tale of Two...

If there’s any comparison to be made between Charles Dickens’ 1854 novel and Stephen Jeffreys’ 1982 stage adaptation, it’s that one is a hard...

Epic in scale, in Lucy Bailey’s inventively staged production it takes three hours of Dickensian storytelling and more than 50 scenes before young Pip...

Twenty-eight years and 500,000 tickets after The Dukes in Lancaster introduced a summer promenade (now called “outdoor walkabout”) production to its programming and the...

Edinburgh Fringe production Miss Havisham’s Expectations is transferring to London in December alongside new production Sikes and Nancy. They form a back-to-back double bill of Charles...

Terence Rattigan and John Gielgud’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities is to receive its world premiere at the King’s Head...
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