Let us spirit you away to a chilly Victorian London with Dickens’ A Christmas Carol! YLC has two pairs of tickets to give away! There is no ‘Bah, humbug’ about it – YOU have a chance to win!
The play opened for the first time in Stockholm in 1988 and was the highlight of many Stockholmers’ holiday season before it was forced to close down in 2003. Luckily, it was brought back to the stage at the Maxim Theatre five years ago and has since continued to enthrall and captivate the city’s audience during the Christmas season! Frankly, a Stockholm Christmas isn’t the same without it!
Ebenezer Scrooge is a penny-pinching miser of the first degree. He cares nothing for the people around him, and mankind exists only for the money that can be made through exploitation and intimidation. He particularly detests Christmas which he views as ‘a time for finding yourself a year older, and not an hour richer’. Scrooge is visited, on Christmas Eve, by the ghost of his former partner Jacob Marley who died seven Christmas Eves ago…
See below for performance trailer:
If all this has got you in the mood for Christmas, please fill in our survey for the chance to win tickets to A Christmas Carol for the 14th of December. Once you have filled in the survey, you just need to tell us in the comments what book you hope to get in your stocking this Christmas; you must do both for the chance to win!
If you have already filled in the survey, all you need to do is tell us what book you wish Santa will be bringing you this year in the comments* – easy-peasy!
This competition is now closed.
THE LUCKY WINNERS OF A PAIR OF TICKETS EACH ARE: GEMMA & LINDSAY – CONGRATULATIONS
Didn’t win? Don’t be a Scrooge, book tickets for A Christmas Carol in Stockholm today!Fine print:
Tickets are for 4 seats (a total of 2 pairs of which 1 pair per winner) on December 14th at 19:30. These cannot be exchanged or refunded.Entrants must complete the survey and fill in the comments box to win.
Winners will be drawn at random by the YLC management*Survey only needs to be completed once; then readers are entitled to enter all give-aways