Dickens’ Dinner

Enjoy a Victorian Christmas dinner served country style followed by a performance of The Chimes, a play by Jason Rip.

The Chimes is one of Charles Dickens’ lesser-known holiday tales, the story of Trotty, a nocturnal “ticket-porter” whose insights into human nature are assisted by two goblins who live inside the church bells. Weird and whimsical, this strange little story will put a glow into your heart for the holiday season.

Tickets: $50. Available in advance only by calling 519-457-1296.

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          Dickens’ Dinner

          See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/12/dickens-dinner/ for details.

          Location: Fanshawe Pioneer Village

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          Dickens’ Dinner

          See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/12/dickens-dinner/ for details.

          Location: Fanshawe Pioneer Village

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                    Dickens’ Dinner

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/12/dickens-dinner/ for details.

                    Location: Fanshawe Pioneer Village

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                  1. 6:00 pm
                    Dickens’ Dinner

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/12/dickens-dinner/ for details.

                    Location: Fanshawe Pioneer Village

                2 thoughts on “Dickens’ Dinner”

                1. @theatreontario @nestruck Heard of “The Chimes”? Another Dickens holiday story; @fpvmuseum has a performance on Friday. http://j.mp/aZPuCf

                2. RT @theatreinlondon: @theatreontario @nestruck Heard of “The Chimes”? Another Dickens holiday story; @fpvmuseum has a performance on Friday. http://j.mp/aZPuCf

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