When is the new A Christmas Carol coming to cinemas? Theatre meets movies

A CHRISTMAS CAROL is an iconic tale which is enjoyed in a new way every year - but when is the new A Christmas Carol coming to cinemas?

PUBLISHED: 10:26, Mon, Nov 30, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:26, Mon, Nov 30, 2020

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A Christmas Carol has been immortalised on stage and screen many times over. Different actors have played the main role of Ebenezer Scrooge, whether it is on the stage at The Old Vic in London or on the BBC over the festive period. A new version is coming to cinemas this Christmas - but when is it out?

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When is A Christmas Carol out in cinemas?

A Christmas Carol, featuring the voices of some big names, is coming to cinemas on December 4.

However, this version is unlike any others seen before, as it brings together the best elements of seeing the story depicted on stage and screen.

Rather than featuring spoken dialogue by actors, the story is expressed through dance, with the voices of some very famous actors narrating the story alongside it.

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In this version, from directors Jacqui Morris and David Morris, Simon Russell Beale lends his voice to Ebenezer Scrooge, while Martin Freeman plays Bob Cratchit.

Andy Serkis is the voice of Marley’s Ghost, while Oscar nominee Daniel Kaluuya voices The Ghost of Christmas Present and Lesley Caron is The Ghost of Christmas Past.

Carey Mulligan voices Belle, Scrooge’s lost lover, while Dame Sian Philips is the Narrator.

The dance cast is led by BalletBoyz founder Michael Nunn as Scrooge, with further

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