A festive favourite by Charles Dickens is set to be performed in Bearsden. 

A Christmas Carol: A Radio Play on Stage is an adaptation of the festive favourite and Kilmardinny House will play host to two shows, a matinee and an evening performance, on Saturday, December 16.

Courtesy of No Nonsense Productions, this classic tale will be performed as a 1950s radio broadcast.

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Glasgow Times:

Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim along with all of Dickens’ other memorable characters take to the airwaves courtesy of four plucky BBC radio actors. 

The first show will begin at 2.30pm and the evening show is scheduled for 7.30pm

Jim Neill, chair of East Dunbartonshire Culture and Leisure Trust, said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of tickets for A Christmas Carol; A Radio Play on Stage.

"Theatre fans living in East Dunbartonshire will now be able to enjoy a top-notch Christmas show on their doorstep without having to travel into the city centre.

"The tickets for the show represent a great value Christmas night out and I would encourage anyone who is interested to get in early!”

Glasgow Times:

He added: “This performance is the first programmed by EDLC cultural services since the Covid-19 pandemic.

"We are committed to increasing quality performances and events across East Dunbartonshire and Kilmardinny House, with its beautiful Georgian architecture and stunning grounds is the perfect venue for a period play.”