Sidmouth Youth Theatre’s interpretation of the Dickens’ classic is mean, moody and irresistable

PUBLISHED: 10:58 10 February 2009 | UPDATED: 16:45 14 April 2010

Scrooge at the Manor Pavilion

Scrooge at the Manor Pavilion

HOW art mirrors life. As the snow fell outside, so a sprinkling of the white stuff fell on the stage at Sidmouth's Manor Pavilion this week.

HOW art mirrors life. As the snow fell outside, so a sprinkling of the white stuff fell on the stage at Sidmouth's Manor Pavilion this week.

The magic of Dickens' Christmas Carol has been holding the town spellbound thanks to Sidmouth Youth Theatre's enchanting production of Scrooge The Musical which runs until tomorrow.

The show, directed by Angela Davies, opened on Monday and has been captivating audiences all week as youngsters re-tell classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge's self discovery, originally staged in the town in the early nineties.


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