Watch Your Head announces full casting for ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Windsor Castle

Theatre company Watch Your Head has this morning announced full casting for its forthcoming production of Charles Dickens’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL, staged within the magnificent State Apartments at Windsor Castle.

Due to popular demand, additional performances for the family-friendly production have been added for the sell-out run, with tickets for the new performances now on sale. Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol will take place in the Castle’s two largest rooms, where the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret performed Christmas pantomimes during the Second World War.

The full cast will include John Kay Steel as Jacob Marley, Edward Halsted as Ebenezer Scrooge, Eleanor Brown as Belle, Charlie Ward as Tiny Tim, Oliver Hamilton as Fred, Michelle Hodgson as Mrs Cratchit, Molly Hanson as Belinda and Marlon Moore as Bob Cratchit.



Tailor-made for Windsor Castle, and using Dickens’s own words from his public readings of the classic tale, the production will feature live music and immersive elements, transporting the audience into a Victorian Christmas.

Visitors will accompany Ebenezer Scrooge from the Castle gates to the Waterloo Chamber, where Jacob Marley awaits to conjure his haunting dreams of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come.

The cast of actors and musicians performing all around will transform the colossal space into Dickensian London, before the audience follows Scrooge into St George’s Hall to celebrate his new-found festive spirit beneath the Castle’s spectacular Christmas tree.


Image: Royal Collection Trust © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017


A Christmas Carol is directed by Sasha McMurray with an original score by Joseph Reuben, costume design by Annina Pfuel, choreography by Edwin Ray and puppetry design by Jeremy Hamway-Bidgood.


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