Jeudi 1er décembre à 14h et 20h
“Marley was dead”. Marley was the partner of Scrooge, a mean, bad-tempered merchant who strikes fear and discomfort in the hearts of all he meets; not least his poor clerk, Bob Cratchit, who on Christmas Eve is working late in a freezing cold office for a miserly wage. Reluctantly Scrooge lets him go home to celebrate Christmas with his family, but refuses to accept his Christmas wishes. “Humbug!” he replies. Likewise he turns away carol singers, his nephew Fred, who invites him to dinner, and a gentleman collecting money for the poor. Cynically Scrooge asks him “Is there no Poor Law, are there no Workhouses?” “Many can’t go there; and many would rather die.” “If they would rather die, they had better do it and decrease the surplus population,” replies Scrooge.
Billetterie disponible au kiosque culturel du CAGI à l’ONUG (Porte C6)
Offre spéciale: Adultes: 44.- au lieu de 49.- et Etudiants: 22.-au lieu de 25.- Special offer: Adults: 44.- instead of 49.- and Students: 22.- instead of 25.-