Norwich’s Sewell Barn Theatre presents radio show comedy

Sewell Barn Theatre rehearse their production of A 1940’s Radio Christmas Carol.From left to right:

Sewell Barn Theatre rehearse their production of A 1940’s Radio Christmas Carol.From left to right: Chad Mason, Angela Rowe, Sarah Carton, Dan Price, Rob Fradley-Wilde, Jeff Price, Ruth Bennett, Gabby Onyett, Robert Little at the piano - Rachel Warren. - Credit: submitted

Christmas may be over for another year, but a Norwich theatre company is still feeling festive with their latest production.

Sewell Barn Theatre, in the north of Norwich, is this week presenting the show A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol by Walton Jones, David Wohl and Faye Greenberg.

The comedy centres on the production of a live radio show of a Christmas classic, as seen from the recording studio.

All that could go wrong does go wrong, from noisy plumbing to electrical blackouts, but in the true spirit of performance, the show must go on!

Robert Little, the show's director, said: 'This show is full of fun and laughter, which will send you home with a big smile. 'Come along and watch the players bring a wonderful comedy to the Sewell Barn Theatre for another premiere, the first ever showing in the UK.


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A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol is at Sewell Barn Theatre, in Constitution Hill, Norwich from January 15 to 17 and January 21 to 24.

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Tickets cost £9 (£7 concessions) and can be booked via Prelude Records, by calling 01603 628319, or online at www.sewellbarn.org

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