Cast & CreativeS


Charles Dickens

Theatre credits include: Around the World in 80 Days (Tilted Wig/UK Tour); As You Like It (Shakespeare’s Globe); Castellana (Jamboree Ent/New Theatre Wales); When Darkness Falls (Park Theatre & UK Tour); Twelfth Night, Hamlet (Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre); The Vertical Hour, Elektra, The Rivals (Theatre by The Lake); Hamlet (Changeling Theatre); Macbeth (Omnibus, Clapham); Aladdin (Oldham Coliseum); Journey’s End (MESH Theatre Co, Belgium); Things We Want (Hope Mill, Manchester); Mother Courage and Her Children (Library Theatre, Manchester): Little Red Riding Hood, Babushka (HardGraft Theatre).

TV Credits: Dick Whittington and his Cat, Romeo and Juliet, T’was The Night Before Christmas (CBeebies).

Alex is well known to audiences young and old as Tom in Justin’s House (CBeebies).


Charles Dickens (Alternate)

Theatre credits include:
Peaky Blinders, The Rise & Dr Who, Time Fracture (Immersive Everywhere). Stranger Things, Casino Royale, Dr Strangelove, Victoria, 28 Days Later, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Secret Cinema).

Stage credits include:
Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Butterfly Theatre); Othello (Riverside Studios); The Winslow Boy (Clwyd Theatr Cymru).

Screen credits include: 
Rosamunde Pilcher, Ghostwriter (FFP New Media); Actium (Kazoo Creative).

You can follow Sam on Instagram.


Charles Dickens (Alternate)

Adam has been making a habit of playing classic Victorian gentlemen, most recently Sherlock Holmes in Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville (Vienna’s English Theatre), and Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days (Barn Theatre).

Other theatre credits: Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap (St. Martin’s Theatre), Much Ado about Nothing (The Rose Playhouse), The Count of Monte Cristo (OVO Theatre), Crimes, Camera, Action (New Old Friends), House on Haunted Hill (Leicester Square Theatre)

Adam is also a co-producer at Wild Immersive Theatre Company and is one half of the comedy writing team Rather Nifty.

Guy Button

Turveydrop (Violin)

Beth Higham-Edwards

pumblechook (Percussion)

Rebecca Knight

copperfield (Alternate)

Charlotte Kaslin

Copperfield (cello)

Dan Oates

turveydrop (alternate)

emma arden

pumblechook (alternate)

Original production co-created by Adam Clifford, Steffan Rees and The Lost Estate. Based on A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Written and adapted by Adam Clifford.

Produced by The Lost Estate in partnership with the Company:

Writer & Adaptor

Adam Clifford


Simon Pittman


Steffan Rees


Adam Clifford

Associate & Movement Director

Sean Hollands

Set Design

Darling & Edge

Sound Design

Seb Frost

Lighting Design

Peter Small

World & Graphic Design

Thomas Kirk Shannon

Production manager

Ryan Funnell


Ryan Bailey


Will Houston

Costume Associate

Felicitas Kid

Venue/General Manager

Jamie Grant

Show Manager

Amy Warren

Deputy Show Manager

Ann Bailey

Stage Manager

Virna Sologaistoa

Deputy Stage Manager

Eppie Conrad

Production electrician

James Smellie


Johnny Ryan
India Day

Venue Tech Swing

Eva Collins Salonso

Executive Chef

Ash Clarke

Kitchen brigade

Bart Denis, Laercio Carols de Silva, Joseph Briscoe, Thomas Rose, Jomard Kurdi

Bar Manager

Conrad Harwshaw
Simon Morgan

Assistant Bar Manager

Agnes Dromgoole

Duty manager


Floor manager


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