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A Christmas Carol by Gerald Charles Dickens

Date/Time

Dec 19, 2013
06:00 PM

Description

Charles Dickens’ literary masterpiece, A Christmas Carol, continues to shape the way we celebrate Christmas over 150 years after the story of Ebenezer Scrooge and the three spirits of Christmas first touched hearts in 1843.

Join us in welcoming the author’s great-great grandson, renowned actor Gerald Dickens, once again to perform his one-man stage adaptation of A Christmas Carol. Every year, Fortin Gage flowers and Gifts is proud to host Mr. Dickens as he brings the classic Christmas story to life on stage in a performance that you’ll want to watch year after year. Includes a four-course dinner served in and intimate setting. Seating is limited.                

Cost

$85.00 Per Person

Location

View map Crowne Plaza Hotel
2 Somerset Pkwy.
Nashua, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Fortin Gage Flowers and Gifts

Phone

603-882-3371

Contact name

Jill Gage

Contact email

jill@fortingage.com

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