After playing the character Colleen Smart for so many years, Lyn Collingwood could justify having a rest. Taking it slow is not in Lyn's nature, she always has a project on the go and her latest is Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol which she has adapted and is directing and also stars her grandson Max Collingwood.

Details:-

18 - 23 December 2012 @ 7 pm + 22 & 23 December @ 3 pm
$10 preview Monday 17 December @ 7 pm (door sales only)

See Dickens' classic tale in a perfect setting: the historic stone chapel at Newington College Stanmore Road Stanmore.

There's plenty of parking in the school grounds and the chapel is air-conditioned. Scrooge's transformation from "Bah humbug!" to "Merry Christmas!" is suitable for ages 8 up.

BOOKINGS: 1300 347 205 or the New Theatre website

All tickets $15; Door sales cash only

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