Gerald Dickens’ internationally-renowned performance brings his great-great grandfather’s tale alive!
Dickens returns to The Leeds Library with his masterful one-man performance of ‘A Christmas Carol’.
The internationally-renowned show features more than 30 different characters and Gerald inhabits each one as his great-great grandfather did over a hundred years ago. From the first line to the last, audiences become part of this magical tale.
Praise for Gerald Dickens from theatre-goers:
Our applause seemed such an inadequate response
Dickens is an endearing performer, an understated, energetic master of this story!
The audience was rapt, as it was in Charles’s day
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The Leeds Library is committed to making its building and collections accessible to everyone in our current capital building works project The Next Chapter Project. To find out more, please visit the website HERE.