As a proud partner, we recommend everyone to go see ‘A Christmas Carol’ by The Dutch Don’t Dance Division. The famous Christmas story ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens was adapted into a ballet by composer Carl Davis in 1992. A timeless story, in which the old man Scrooge transforms from a miserly to a benefactor. Young and old recognize themselves in the adventures and dreams of the man who lost his fortune, but fortunately finds himself again. The Dutch Don’t Dance Division and the Residentie Orkest give this ballet, as was the case with the top hit ‘Alice in Winter Wonderland’, a unique character. No traditional British interpretation: The Hague and Scheveningen of 1910 play an important role.
Dane Lam, conductor
The Dutch Don’t Dance Division
Davis – A Christmas Carol
On Friday 27 December at 13:15 hrs and on Saturday 28 December at 18:45 hrs there will be a free introduction to this performance. The introduction will take place in the foyer on the 1st floor. There is no need to book in advance.
Tickets include cloakroom, coffee/tea and drinks during the break.