A christmas carol

CHARLES DICKENS' favourite story
returns to
The Hague, Eindhoven and the Muiderslot


performed and told by
Ashley Ramsden, Masterstoryteller from the UK

Can Christmas start without Ashley Ramsden performing Dickens' all time seasonal story A CHRISTMAS CAROL? By now we have to conclude it can NOT!

For the 12th year in a row Ashley Ramsden returns with this still so relevant story about greed, poverty, insights, dreams and redemption. Can we still learn from this wise tale? Is it possible in this world that seems to be more divided than ever to share, live together and listen to one another? The gap between haves and have-nots seems to widen. And the difference in what is true and not-true (anymore) is no longer distinguishable. This story brings it all down to the essence that by sharing and considering the other we can only gain. A wonderful way to start the season of good will! Let's share it!  


Dates & TimeVenueTickets
17 December 2017 14.30Parktheater Eindhovenclick here
20 December 2017 17.00
20 December 2017 20.00
Muiderslot, Muidenclick here (17.00)
Click here (20:00)
21 December 2017 20.15Theater aan het Spui Den Haagclick here
22 December 2017 20.15Theater aan het Spui Den Haagclick here
23 December 2017 20.15Theater aan het Spui Den Haagclick here

HOW TO GET THERE? (Click on the addres for directions)
Parktheater Eindhoven
Elzentlaan 50   5615 CN Eindhoven 
Herengracht 1   1398 Muiden
Theater aan het Spui
Spui 187   2511 BN The Hague

€ 12.50 - € 25.00
For Eindhoven, click here
For Muiderslot and the Hague, click here for STET Ticketshop
For groupbookings (over 10) discounts available. Please contact STET:  info@theenglishtheatre.nl or T 06 300 500 18.

90 minutes, no break.

They originate from the Koninklijke Conservatorium of The Hague. The Plum Pudding Singers are a four-part choir singing a-capella Christmas Carols.  They will perform before and during all public shows. 

Hope FoundationThis foundation wants to encourage children traumatized and mutilated by war and conflict in the Gaza to build a meaningful life for themselves. HOPE offers lessons in art and culture in their “Open Studio”. This is a joint inititiative of the Red Crescent Society and the Holland Office for Personal Encouragement (HOPE). The arts activate the imagination, sharpen the mind and heal the heart: creating conditions that lead to increased self-respect and self-confidence, which may lead to positive life decisions. Participation of parents and adult carers is encouraged.

For more information on the HOPE foundation, click here   
“Imagination is more important than knowledge” – Albert Einstein

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pictures by Agnieszka Wielopolska

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A Christmas Carol Performance (16-20 yrs)

by Ashley Ramsden Master Storyteller (UK)
For and incredible 12th year Ashley Ramsden returns to the Netherlands with his perennially popular version of A Christmas Carol. Every year more performances in more schools and it is still not enough!
Location: your school
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