Dec 14 – Dec 24 | Theatre

A Christmas Carol

Running Time: 2h including intermission

“Blue Bridge’s A Christmas Carol is a pure joy to watch…Talwar delivers much more than a simple reading. He portrays all the characters, making each one distinctive and memorable, nimbly navigating a number of accents. It is, above all, the laughter of relief. And we the audience chuckle along too, having taken a journey both wild and wonderful.” – Victoria Times Colonist

The Firehall Arts Centre celebrates the holiday season with its presentation of A Christmas Carol from Wednesday, December 14 to Saturday, December 24, 2022.

Produced by Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre, all 40 characters in this one-man version of the familiar tale are performed by Stratford/Shaw stalwart Sanjay Talwar for a whirlwind show that will make your heart twinkle.

“I’m thrilled to be able to present a classic tale this holiday season,” says Artistic & Executive Producer Donna Spencer. “It’s one of my favourite stories and a wonderful reminder of what Christmas is all about. Sanjay Talwar’s performance is such a gift, and I hope Firehall audiences will revel in the warmth of this production.”

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"A pure joy to watch"—Victoria Times Colonist


Tues-Sat: 7:30pm

Wednesdays: 1pm

Saturday/Sunday: 3pm

Ticket Prices

Tickets from $25-45, sliding scale in $5 increments.

Why not select a slightly higher price if you can? You’ll support the Firehall, and allow us to continue to offer subsidized and pay-what-you-can tickets to our neighbours.

Matinee Performances

Wednesdays at 1pm
Saturdays at 3pm

Pay-What-You-Can Performances

Tuesdays at 7:30pm
Wednesdays at 1pm


Narrator| Sanjay Talwar

Creative Team
Director | Jacob Richmond
Set Design | Hans Saefkow
Costume Design | Pauline Stynes
Lighting Design |Rebekah Johnson
Sound Design | Alex Wlasenko
Dialect Coach | Iris McGregor Bannerman
Technical Director | Theodore Sherman
Stage Manager | Rebekah Johnson
Assistant Stage Manager | Carter Gulseth
Production Support | Sandy Cumberland,
Alicia Shalapata, Ajna Nugent

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A Christmas Carol

Dec 14 – Dec 24 | Theatre
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The Firehall is where my family’s stories began to be told again.
Rosemary Georgeson
Sahtu Dene & Coast Salish Artist, Writer, Storyteller

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The Firehall Arts Centre is located on the unceded and traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations where they lived and gathered together for thousands of years. Acknowledging their connections to these lands is a significant part of what the Firehall considers when choosing the productions and presentations we undertake and how that work shapes and impacts those around us. We ask our community to reflect on what being present here means to you and those around you.