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Have a Dickens of a Christmas with James Marsters | JM-TOP

Have a Dickens of a Christmas with James

holly Enjoy an unforgettable Christmas date with James Marsters in the heart of London, England. James will be following in the footsteps of Dickens with a traditional London Christmas complete with festive ghosts, songs and season’s greetings.

The exclusive one-off festive bash has less calories than a turkey dinner and is more fun than a panto…. oh, yes it is. Forget the bah, humbug and Scrooge and treat yourself to the perfect Christmas present.

The one day special with all the trimming takes place on Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 and will include a theatrical reading, autographs, photographs, an interactive audience Q&A and an evening concert. Every attendee will receive an exclusive Christmas card from James.

The Christmas special is being held in Covent Garden at St Paul’s Church – affectionately known as the “Actor’s Church”. The building dates back to 1633 and Covent Garden’s famous craft market full of unique presents is right next door.

Tickets are limited so hurry and get yours now – further information and ticket sales available here.

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