A Christmas Carol | This is my Theatre | Tour Dates

Various venues around the South East | from 2nd – 18th December

This is my Theatre

A Christmas Carol


no-church-listed-posterOn Christmas Eve, Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean-spirited and miserly old man, is visited by the ghost of his business partner Jacob Marley.


Shown Christmas’ Past, Present and Future he is offered the chance of redemption…but will he take it?


This December This is my Theatre brings Charles Dickens’ classic tale A Christmas Carol to the stage.


Told by a company of 6 actors, audiences are invited to celebrate the festive season in beautiful and ancient church venues with traditional carols for all to sing and festive refreshments.


Please note: A proportion of money raised from church performances will be donated to The Churches Conservation Trust to aid rejuvenation and renovation of their ancient sites. Many of these performance venues are without heating so please wrap up warm!


St James’ Church, Cooling, Kent – Friday 2nd December 7.30pm.

St Peter’s Church, Preston Park, Brighton, East Sussex – Saturday 3rd December 7.30pm

St Botolph’s Church, Near Steyning, West Sussex -Friday 9th & Saturday 10th December 7.30pm

Saturday 10th December 10am Family show (with a special guest!)

Holy Trinity Church, Privett, Hampshire – Sunday 11th December 7.30pm

St Wilfrid’s Chapel, Church Norton, West Sussex – Thursday 15th December 7.30pm

St Mary’s Church, Higham, Kent – Friday 16th December 7.30pm

St Peter’s Church, Albury Park, Albury, Surrey – Saturday 17th December 7pm or 3pm Family Matinee (with a special guest!)

St Michael’s Church, East Peckham, Kent – Sunday 18th December 7.30pm

For tickets please visit This is my theatre


Please note that money raised through the use of CCT venues will support and aid restoration and rejuvenation work at these ancient sites.

This is my Theatre is also delighted to be performing the show in Crawley High Street on Saturday December 10th at 3pm as part of Crawley’s festive celebrations!

This is a free event supported by Crawley Borough Council