Ghost of Christmas Past


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Ghost of Christmas Past

the Scrooge’s first monitor; spirit presenting past. [Br. Lit.: A Christmas Carol]
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The Ghost of Christmas Past is now the Ghost of Christmas Present and Future.
Randall, center, shies away from the Ghost of Christmas Past, played by Kayrin Bower, while Charles Dickens, the narrator, played by the Rev.
His spooky visitors ranged from a panto-esque Jacob Marley (Barry Howard) who looked as though he should have been weighed down as much by his electro-shocked wig as the chain he is forced to carry as atonement for his sins, to the Ghost of Christmas Past (Sarah Earnshaw), resembling a breathless Sugar Plum Fairy.
A couple of flying ghosts lift the action, with Tom Winfield revealing a fine voice as the Ghost of Christmas Past, and there is a big improvement all round after the interval.
And in Weatherfield, the ghost of Christmas past is about to haunt the Street, wearing a stiletto heel and a slick of red lipstick.
Awaking moments before the arrival of the Ghost of Christmas Past, he was presented with a strange glowing phantom who demanded, 'Come with me.
From Tiny Tim toMrs Cratchit, from the Ghost of Christmas Past to Ebenezer Scrooge himself, Aberdare actor and comedian Chris Matthewman will play them all.
We have Mike as Scrooge, as well as three ghosts - Kevin as the ghost of Christmas Past, Chris as Christmas Present and Alan as Christmas Future.
The ghost of Christmas past returns in the shape of Nasty Nick Cotton (John Altman) who has a surprise in store for longsuffering mum Dot (June Brown).
THE ghost of Christmas past visits Back In Time this week, as we recall the festive season from bygone years.
Lennie lawrence last night pleaded with his Cardiff City strugglers to exorcise the ghost of Christmas past.
Louise Eyo was a colourful and rhythmic Ghost of Christmas Present and a jolly Mrs Fezziwig and Andrea Crewe was prissy and pricise as Scrooge's niece, and telling as the Ghost of Christmas Past.