A two part show, including a special version of "A Christmas Carol" and a variety of festive songs
"A cold winters afternoon was brightened by the LBCT rendition of Scrooge and additional Christmas carols. Edward Percival was superb as Scrooge- a real nasty miser who was willing to spread badwill until he realised how precious life is. Interesting use of physical theatre enhanced the performance. Carols were sung by the audience with mince pies and mulled wine. The little ones sang sweetly, the Youth Section gave us Puppy Love by Donny Osmond with a romantic, winter feel. One of the highlights of the event was the setting of Tonight by Graham Kendrick- moving and meaningful- well done."