8TH TO 20TH DECEMBER 2020
EAST MOLESEY CRICKET CLUB
£15 adults | £12 Children
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Join Scoot Theatre this festive season for Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas story, as you’ve never seen it before!
Three actor-musicians bound through this sixty-minute, light-hearted, family-friendly adaptation filled with music, song and dance to get you firmly in the Christmas ‘spirit’.
Scoot Theatre’s brand new adaptation, written by Scoot founder Max Hutchinson, is a play-within-a-play:
“Legendary star of stage and screen (in his own opinion), Darren Broccolis, has not only written and directed his own version of A Christmas Carol but has also now cast (some may say typecast) himself as the main part - the infamously miserable old miser, Ebenezer Scrooge. Unfortunately, having spent almost the entire budget on a lavish, historically accurate Victorian costume for himself, he is forced to enlist the help of a very keen (and very inexpensive) young actor and his painfully shy niece (free) to play all the other parts.
Will this ‘star vehicle’ prove to be the comeback Darren so desperately seeks?
Will his co-stars push his patience to the brink? Or could Darren, rather like old Scrooge himself,
learn the true meaning of Christmas and the value of community along the way?”
Staying [fairly] true to the original tale, Scoot’s mischievous take on this classic is the perfect way to kick off your festive period.
With mulled wine and mince pies on offer and Christmas trees available to buy on site, why not make it a proper Christmas day out!?
East Molesey Cricket Club host Scoot Theatre once again after their successful summer run of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’
and recent ‘Songs from the Musicals‘ evenings.
Performances will take place inside a marquee and will adhere to all COVID-secure regulations, including regular cleaning, e-ticketing, timed entrances and temperature checks. Audience capacity is greatly reduced to allow socially distanced seating and bookings are limited to six per group.
Masks must be worn inside the marquee.
Darrel trained at Webber Douglas.
Theatre includes: Private Lives, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Blithe Spirit (Mill at Sonning); House And Garden (Watermill); Don't Dress For Dinner, Cash On Delivery, Tom Dick & Harry, The Man Upstairs (Southwold); For All Time (Fletcher Prods/Southwark Playhouse); Robin Hood (City Varieties); Across the Dark Water (The Point); A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, Pocket Henry V & The Merchant of Venice (Propeller); The Trial of Jane Fonda (Assembly Rooms); Batman Live (World Tour); Peter Pan (O2 Arena & US tour); Messenger (Shunt); A Number, Dick Barton, Dead Funny (Keswick); Hamlet, The Grapes Of Wrath, Summer Lightning, Chimneys (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); UK tours of The Lady Vanishes, The BFG and Equiano; Othello (Southwark Playhouse); Romeo and Juliet (TNT World Tour); The Taming of the Shrew (Creation); The Focus Group, Flow My Tears The Policeman Said, Crash (The Oval House); The Glass Menagerie, The Arcade (BAC).
Joseph trained at LAMDA.
Theatre includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Scoot Theatre); Trial by Laughter (Watermill & UK Tour); A Christmas Carol, Twelfth Night (Royal Shakespeare Company); Bury the Hatchet, Boris III (Vaults); A View From Islington North (Arts Theatre/Out of Joint); Single Spies (Chichester Festival Theatre/Birmingham Rep/UK tour); Jefferson’s Garden, Dick Whittington (Watford Palace Theatre); Teddy (Southwark Playhouse); An Ideal Husband (Chichester Festival Theatre).
Television includes: Father Brown, Decline and Fall, Midsomer Murders, And Then There Were None, Casualty.
Sally trained at Guildford School of Acting
Theatre includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Scoot Theatre); Macbeth (Guildford Shakespeare Company); The Wind in the Willows (Jermyn Street/Guildford Shakespeare Company); The Last of the Pelican Daughters (The Wardrobe Ensemble/Complicite/Bristol Old Vic); A Christmas Carol (Theatre by the Lake); For Services Rendered (Jermyn Street); Shadowlands (Chichester Festival Theatre); Macbeth (Watermill Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Royal Shakespeare Company); Love’s Labour’s Lost/Robin Hood (Guildford Shakespeare Company); Twelfth Night (Royal Shakespeare Company); Footprints on the Moon (Finborough Theatre); The Emperor and the Nightingale (Theatre by the Lake); Singin’ In The Rain (Bolton Octagon/Salisbury Playhouse/New Vic).
CHRISTMAS CRACKERS concert
WITH WEST END STARS AND THE MOLESING CHOIR
SATURDAY 19TH & SUNDAY 20TH DECEMBER
PERFORMANCES AT 15.30 AND 21.00
EAST MOLESEY CRICKET CLUB
£10 adults | £8 Children (under 18) | £30 Family
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
‘Scoot’ into the festive season with our
Christmas Crackers Concert!
Join West End performers Aaron Sidwell and Tricia Adele-Turner and the fabulous ladies of the Molesing Choir for fifty minutes
of classic Christmas tunes!
There’ll be some Wham, there’ll be some Bublé…there may even be some Mariah Carey! With plenty of mulled wine and mince pies available, we promise you’ll leave feeling ‘Merry and Bright!’
This event will be taking place in a marquee at East Molesey Cricket Club and will adhere to all social distancing regulations
for performances. Seats are therefore limited.
*Family Ticket = 2 adults and 2 Children. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
Maximum of six tickets per booking (All groups must be from the same household, or support bubble).
Face coverings must be worn inside the marquee.
Please note that tickets will be fully refundable in the event that the performance cannot go ahead
due to government directives.
Join three of the West End’s most talented performers for 90 minutes of classic hits from the musicals!
From ‘Dirty Dancing’ to ‘Jersey Boys’, from ‘Les Miserables’ to ‘Cats’, from ‘Joseph’ to ‘Grease’ - we’ve got all of your favourites covered!
You’ll have ‘The Time of your Life’!
FIRST PERFORMED AT EAST MOLESLEY CRICKET CLUB,
9th & 10th OCTOBER 2020
IF YOU HAVE A VENUE INTERESTED IN HOSTING THIS SHOW, GET IN TOUCH WITH MAX HERE >