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Brookside Theatre is looking for Romford’s next Tiny Tim to perform in A Christmas Carol

PUBLISHED: 14:00 18 October 2018

Brookside Theatre is on the hunt for a Tiny Tim to peform in their musical, A Christmas Carol. Picture: Ellie Hoskins

Brookside Theatre is on the hunt for a Tiny Tim to peform in their musical, A Christmas Carol. Picture: Ellie Hoskins

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Are you ready for Christmas?

Brookside Theatre in Eastern Road is preparing to entertain audiences this holiday season with a musical adaptation of Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol.

It is the classic story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean and lonely man who prefers money to people.

The theatre is looking for people to audition for various lead roles including Bob and Emily Cratchit, Young Ebenezer, Mrs Fezziwig and Fred.

It is also on the hunt for various young performers to play the roles of Tiny Tim and members of the Cratchit family.

Rehearsals will take place at the Brookside Theatre in Eastern Road on Monday evenings and Sunday afternoons with additional rehearsals nearer the time of the show.

Informal auditions will take place on Sunday, October 21.

The show will be performed from Wednesday, December 12 - Saturday, Decemeber 15.

For more information email info@brooksidetheatre.com.

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