EDEN MILLS – Eden Mills presents a dramatic reading of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens on Dec. 3 at 7pm at the Eden Mills Community Hall.
This beloved Christmas tale, from its first “humbug” to its last “God bless us everyone” is perhaps the most long-lived Christmas story in history.
This year it will come alive on the Eden Mills stage with a delightful cast of Guelph/Eramosa friends and neighbours.
Staged as a reading with narrative and pop-up performances, Scrooge, Cratchit, Tiny Tim and all the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future will come to life.
The hall will be full of music with a special debut performance by the Eden Mills Children’s Choir and more.
This is an evening which will bring laughter and tears, organizers state.
Dickens’ rich and evocative language is always a marvel “and there will be amazing hats,” officials note.
Music at the Hall programs concerts and events of the highest calibre to keep the village hopping, and to raise funds for the community hall operations.
The acoustically superb heritage hall is proud to be carbon neutral.
Given the current rise in flu and COVID-19 cases, audience members are asked to wear masks, ideally N95 masks.
Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for students and can be purchased at www.edenmills.ca/music.