DICKENS IN LANCASTER

DICKENS IN LANCASTER ACT III -

in which LuneTube shows Mr Charles Dickens a little of Christmas future.

DICKENS IN LANCASTER ACT II -

In which Mr Charles Dickens goes to the theatre and finds a spirit is present.

DICKENS IN LANCASTER ACT I -

In which Mr Charles Dickens finds himself a long way from the past.

LUNETUBE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 2018

DICKENS IN LANCASTER

He has been called ‘the man who invented Christmas’ and it is certainly true that the narrative of ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens defines much that we associate with the festive season.

Originally published in 1843, the Christmas ghost story proved immensely popular and has been adapted many times and presented in every possible media, including on the stage.

 

Charles Dickens himself presented extracts from A Christmas Carol on his hugely popular reading tours – one of which brought him to Lancaster.

This Christmas, LuneTube brings Charles Dickens back to Lancaster for a special festive adventure.  Presented by the LuneTube Fairy, our Dickens trilogy brings history to life – quite literally.

Hold onto your top hats, we have great expectations for this one!

7 thoughts on “DICKENS IN LANCASTER

  1. Would like to buy dvd can I collect

    • Post Author The LuneTube Team

      Hello Eric – DVDs are now on sale at the Lancaster and Morecambe Visitor Information Centres if that’s any help?

  2. Looking forward to Act 2 !
    Well done everyone !

  3. Well done, I didn’t know about the Dickens appearances or that he stayed at the Kings Arms (where I was once the cocktail barman). Loved the fairy’s awful panto rhymes, just right for the season. Happy Christmas Lune Tube

  4. Fantastic !! I never knew Dickens had associations with Lancaster . Well done everyone , another very informative film . Thankyou for all your hardwork , and Merry Christmas to you all . Looking forward to the new year and more local history films .

  5. Very interesting. Lived around the Lancaster area all my life and I didn’t know about the connection with Charles Dickens. Thank you.Merry Christmas.Look forward to more Lunetube videos.

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