A live reading of Charles’ Dickens classic novella, adapted for a younger audience. With sound effects, actions and even some Christmas songs, join our team for an afternoon of festive fun! Recommended ages: 6-9, children must be accompanied by an adult.
This event is brought to you by Not Cricket Productions in association with The National Trust for Scotland.
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