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A Christmas Carol which version?

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by 02teach, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. Thanks very much sounds perfect will track down a copy
  2. I did Karen hebden something's version this year - it's published by Nick Hern Books. It's quite a cynical and Brechtian version - has 8 (or more) storytellers who narrate and comment on the action and occassionally jump in and out of parts. It went down well with my kids who liked the humour in it as it wasn't too sickly sweet!

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