TUESDAY, December 18th: Music, Stories, and Events at The Dickens Project Today

Three Great Opportunities to Enjoy The Dickens Project Today!

@ NOON - Russell Eponym, Live in Dickens Square
The Poet Laureate of Ce Soir Arts offers excellent music and outstanding prose and poetry that is especially selected for reading at The Dickens Project. Victorian poetry and song will mark the hour with wintry magic. Come gather in Dickens Square with friends and enjoy in this lovely atmosphere! Russell Eponym, live on Stream.

Today's Story Tours: Stave Two, The First of Three Spirits

"When Scrooge awoke it was so dark, that, looking out of bed, he could scarcely distinguish the transparent window from the opaque walls of his chamber. He was endeavoring to pierce the darkness with his ferret eyes, when the chimes of a neighboring church struck the four quarters. So he listened . . ."
~ Stave Two, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Carol Week continues at The Dickens Project as Scrooge conjoins with the promised Spirits on his journey of redemption with the These readings will be presented as Story Tours, visiting the locations on LEA 7 that have been created from the novella's inspiration.

Two readings at two different times, live in voice, all times slt.
                     ~ 1pm -  with Da5id Abbot & Caledonia Skytower
                     ~ 7pm - with Kayden Oconnell & Caledonia Skytower

Look for the big red carpet in Dickens Square for the starting point of the session.

And there's more! 

A new set of free Victorian Gowns in the Dressmakers' shop on Dickens Square. Not sure what to wear, ladies.  Stop by for a simple, but elegant, addition to your virtual wardrobe! Courtesy of our own Aoife Lorefield.

Collect these free gifts and more, found throughout LEA 7 as part of The Dickens project 2018 Edition, produced by Seanchai Library.

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