Charlotte Workman in Derby Theatre’s A Christmas Carol

Charlotte Workman will be playing Mrs Cratchitt in Derby Theatre’s A Christmas Carol this festive season.

Neil Duffield’s stunning adaptation of Charles Dickens’ treasured novel returns to the Derby Theatre stage. Performed by a talented ensemble cast, this much-loved festive story will be a heart-warming experience for all the family this Christmas.

On Christmas Eve, the cruel humbug Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his old business partner Jacob Marley to warn him to change his miserly ways. After midnight, three spirits guide Scrooge to journey through his Christmas past, present and future, to reveal the errors of his cold-heart.

Along the way he encounters the mistletoe and merriment of Mr Fezziwig’s dancing party, Tiny Tim’s generous Christmas spirit and the true consequences of his meanness and misery.

A Christmas Carol runs from 29 November 2019 to 4 January 2020.

Booking information & full details are available on the Derby Theatre website.

Charlotte Workman in three shows with Storyhouse this Summer

Charlotte Workman heads to Storyhouse and Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre this Summer to appear in three shows.

Charlotte will be playing Peggy in Swallows and Amazons, in this major new Made By Storyhouse production directed by Katie Posner. As well as appearing in Much Ado About Nothing (directed by Bill Buckhurst) and The Tempest (directed by Alex Clifton). Swallows and Amazons runs at Storyhouse from 1 June – 30 June, continuing at Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre where it will run alongside Much Ado About Nothing and The Tempest until 26 August.

Charlotte Workman in The Borrowers at the Watermill

Charlotte Workman is currently appearing as Homily in The Watermill Theatre’s magical production of The Borrowers!

Quick, clever and only four inches tall, The Borrowers live happily under the floorboards of a huge house. Bold young Arietty dreams of exploring the big blue-skied world above their cosy home. But when she finally does, she’s spotted by a frightening ‘human bean’ and The Borrowers are thrown into peril. Will the tiny family escape before it’s too late? And are they ready for their greatest adventure yet?

The production runs over the festive season, with Charlotte playing the cello in this actor-muso show.