Following the opening of new theatre space The POD in the heart of Covent Garden, Iris Theatre and Gartland Productions today announce the full casting for the world première of A Song for Christmas, written and directed by Alice Croft.
Croft directs Richard Aaron (he/him) as Dad, Teddy Hinde (they/Them) as Marley and Sydnie Hocknell (she/her) as Ashden.
A Song for Christmas concludes the inaugural season of The POD, following SHUGA FIXX vs. The Illuminati by Guttersnipe Theatre, Relish Theatre and Poppy Pedder (23-27 November); Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by Charlotte Ellen (29 November – 4 December), and The Last Nativity by Eden Tredwell (6-11 December). There is also a series of one-night events throughout weekends in November and December, including That Could be a Sketch: Festive Edition from MonkeyMac (5 December); Bare Essentials: Christmas Crackers from Encompass Productions (20 December), and spoken word night Rhymes with Orange (21 December).
It’s the night before Christmas and there are lessons to be learnt. Together, can we find the true meaning of the most wonderful time of the year?
Connect with all the family for this very special celebration of Christmas featuring a catalogue of much-loved festive music and stories from a multi-talented cast.