Sidney Events – A Christmas Carol Pantomime Dec. 2014

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Friday, December 19 till Sunday, December 28, 2014 – A Christmas Carol Pantomime – 2pm matinee or 7:30pm evening shows at the Charlie White Theatre in Sidney, BC – part of Victoria, BC

Check out this hilarious twist on a Christmas story classic. Nothing else evokes the feeling of Christmas than Tiny Tim’s “God bless us everyone!” or Scrooge’s “Bah, humbug!” quotes, do they?

Written by Adrian Barradell and directed by Gerald Schieven, this production by the Peninsula Players and held by Mary Winspear Centre combines the classic Dickens tale (narrated by Dickens himself!) with the hilarious antics of an old-fashioned pantomime: villains, heroes, a dame, slapstick, corny jokes, sing-alongs, and more. There’s even a live band called “What the Dickens” performing the music.

The pantomime will take place December 19, 20, and 26 at 7:30pm, and the matinees at 2pm will be taking place December 21, 27 and 28, all at the Charlie White Theatre in Sidney, BC.

Sidney Event Details: 

Event: A Christmas Carol Pantomime

Date: Friday, December 19 till Sunday, December 28, 2014. 2pm or 7:30pm (see above details for more information).

Location: Charlie White Theatre (2243 Beacon Avenue), Sidney, BC – part of Victoria, BC

Prices: $21 adults, $16.80 seniors/children

Tickets: Buy online

Contact: Email: Mary Winspear Centre ( or phone: 250-656-0275

Official website: 

Featured image credit: poster from official website

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