Casting announced for A Christmas Carol at Dominion Theatre

Posted on 9 November 2020

Further casting has been announced to join Brian Conley who stars as Scrooge in the upcoming, brand-new production of A Christmas Carol at the West End’s Dominion Theatre. The musical staged concert will star Matt Willis, Lucie Jones, Jacqueline Jossa, Sandra Marvin and Cedric Neal. Tickets for A Christmas Carol are on sale now for its socially-distanced, limited run.

A Christmas Carol Dominion Theatre cast

Joining the previously announced Brian Conley (9 to 5 The Musical) who will star as Scrooge in the new production of A Christmas Carol will be Matt Willis (Regent’s Park Little Shop of Horrors, Busted) as Bob Cratchit, Jacqueline Jossa (Eastenders) as Emily/Ghost of Christmas Future, Lucie Jones (Waitress) as the Ghost of Christmas Past, Sandra Marvin (Waitress) as Mrs FezziWigg and Martyn Ellis (My Fair Lady) as Mr Fezziwigg. Cedric Neal (Back to the Future The Musical) will play the Ghost of Christmas Present, Jeremy Secomb (The Phantom of the Opera) as Jacob Marley, Rebecca Lock (Heathers) as Mrs Cratchit and Sam Oladeinde (Hamilton) as Fred Anderson/Young Scrooge.

A Christmas Carol A Musical Staged Concert

The stage musical was written by the critically acclaimed Alan Menken (Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast), Lynn Ahrens (Anastasia, Ragtime), and Mike Ockrent (Me and My Girl, Crazy for You). It first premiered at New York’s Paramount Theatre in 1994 and went on to run for 10 years at Madison Square Garden where it was seen by over 5 million people.

Dicken’s A Christmas Carol will come to life with a sensational 24-piece orchestra (London Musical Theatre Orchestra). With stunning music, soaring melodies, and moving lyrics and one of the most heart-warming, beloved Christmas stories, this is the perfect event for the holiday season 2020.

Tickets for A Christmas Carol in London are on sale now!

Don’t miss the chance to see this all-star West End cast in the must-see live entertainment event this festive season. Book your tickets for A Christmas Carol now and avoid missing out!

By Jade Ali

A love for theatre stemmed from my love of literature and music, but the West End on my doorstep opened up a whole new appreciation and passion for all things stage-y