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A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong

Cast

Derek Jacobi, Diana Rigg, Henry Shields, Jonathan Sayer View All


Crew

Richard Boden (Director), Henry Lewis (Writer), Jonathan Sayer (Writer), Henry Shields (Writer) View All

Release: Dec. 30th, 2017
Runtime: 50 minutes
The Mischief Theatre Company return as the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society who are this time determined to ignore a BBC blacklisting by hijacking a live production of Charles Dickens' famous festive fable. Yet they struggle with studio direction and special effects, and trying to keep a professional cast at bay.
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