Alongside the story of Jesus' birth, it is probably the most-told classic of the Advent season: the Christmas story by Charles Dickens.
On Christmas Eve of all days, the old miser Scrooge is haunted by four ghosts and finally rediscovers his humanity. The story from 1843 still seems timeless and up-to-date today. Because the classic by Dickens evokes charity and compassion in an age of egocentricity, me-ags and iPhones, it is the perfect introduction to the holiday season.
As atmospheric and lively as rarely
A stage fairy tale with music based on Charles Dickens - with Herbert Knaup, Samuel Finzi and ensemble.