Of course you should never take any notice of reviews: if you pay attention when they say you've done well, it's hard not to pay attention when they say you just shouldn't bother any more. So it is not because I care, or because I take any joy that we get a four-star review right next to Southwark's three-star, but purely in the interest of helping the Sherman shift the handful of tickets remaining for the run that I draw your attention to A Christmas Carol's four-star review in the Guardian. Tickets from the website or on 029 2064 6900.

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Comment by James Doyle-Roberts on December 16, 2009 at 23:33
I'll certainly come and see this and will cajole non-theatre-going family to join me. It sounds great.
Love the 'rampant self-promotion' tag; but it certainly worked, in my case.
Comment by National Theatre Wales on December 16, 2009 at 23:20
Hurrah, Well done Gary, Amy and all at the Sherman. Looking forward to seeing it (and Plum) on Friday.
Comment by Tom Beardshaw on December 16, 2009 at 18:30
Saw the show on Saturday with my 9 year old son - we both loved it. The lad, perhaps predictably, thought the Ghost of Christmas present was the best.

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