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A Lit & Phil Carol
(with a nod to Mr Dickens)
A tale told by November Club
Written by Fiona Ellis
Sat 7 Dec and Sun 8 Dec '19
£10 adult / £8 concession / £3 child Includes a hot chocolate
Saturday: 2.30pm & 5pm & 7.30pm (2.30pm & 5pm include BSL Integrated Interpretation)
Sunday: 2.30pm & 5pm
Suitable for ages 8+
Running time approx. 1 hour
The Lit & Phil’s Head Librarian, Ebenezer Compendium, wants to sell all the books in the library. He just wants to make money. Only science and rational thinking exist in his world. What use is imagination and creativity anyway? His two assistants, George and Frank, are very worried for the future of the library and do everything they can to stop him…but can they convince Compendium to change his mind?
Join us to find out what happens to the lit & Phil and the 170,000 books at risk of disappearing forever. A Lit & Phil Carol is a family-friendly storytime inspired by the themes of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol.
Tickets available via the Lit & Phil 0191 232 0192 or online via www.ticketsource.co.uk/novemberclub .
Find out more at www.novemberclub.org.uk
Supported by Arts Council England, Newcastle College, Newcastle Vision for Culture, Foyle Foundation and Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation.
Registered charity number 1016172.
Image and paper sculpture by Bethan Maddocks and Imogen Cloët
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