'Scrooge - The Musical' news

Here's our cast list to show you who's who!


Scrooge - Paul Bullock

Fred - Jas Halsey

Scrooge’s Stooge - Amy Whiter

Scrooge’s Stooge - Oliver Whiter

Scrooge’s Stooge - Sean Munroe

Scrooge as a young man – Ryan Stock

Scrooge’s fiancé – Nicola Cleather

Boy Scrooge - Zack Harding 

Sister Fan - Amy Cleather

Marley’s Ghost – Roger Gibbs

Spirit of Christmas Past – Deborah Gibson

Spirit of Christmas Present - Alma Griffith

Spirit of Christmas Future – Steve Clemo 

Bob Cratchit – Fin O’Regan  

Mrs Cratchit - Debbie Carter

Martha Cratchit – Jasmine Fry

Belinda Cratchit - Alexis Cleather 

Agnes Cratchit – Nancy Gethin

Tiny Tim - Charlie Stewart 

Peter Cratchit – Sean Munro 

First Lady - Fiona Rosen 

Second Lady - Nicola Cleather 

Undertaker`s Assistant - Adam Muhammed

Mrs Filcher - Anne Edney   

Mrs Dilber – Debbie Clemo

Fezziwig – Steve Clemo 

Joe (Pawnbroker) – Roger Gibbs

Polly – Roz Copeland 

Emily- Maya Harwood

Dick Wilkins – Ryan Stock

Topper – Ryan Stock

Merchants – Alma Griffith, Deborah Gibson, Steve Clemo,  

Ensemble: Patricia Coe

For more information please contact Jeff Chinappen: jeffreychinappen@blueyonder.co.uk

For the audition form, backing tracks and audition pieces click on the Scrooge image on this page or click on the link here


Please note that some of the auditioned parts are small and you will be included in the chorus for the rest of the show. It may even be the case that you will also get to play an additional listed character part, since the timing of certain characters on the stage allows for this. 

Ebenezer Scrooge, who begins the Christmas holiday in his usual penny pinching, grumpy mood, is unexpectedly woken on Christmas Eve by the ghost of his long dead business partner Jacob Marley who warns him of his impending fate..... To walk the earth dragging chains in agony and shame.  Later that night the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future, take him on an eye opening journey where he learns about the true meaning and spirit of Christmas Faced with his own story of bitterness Scrooge must decide what his future will hold before it’s too late...
A new setting of the ever popular, ‘A Christmas Carol’, written by Charles Dickens with catchy melodies and a witty script make this ideal production for all the family to enjoy.


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About BANOS Musical Theatre


In the Autumn of 1928 a party of singers from Nork decided to form an Operatic Society. The founders consisted of a Chairman combined Musical Director, Business Manager cum Scenic Artist, Stage Manager cum Producer and a Pianist. Also a small orchestra was formed consisting of eight players.

A local resident, Alderman A.J. Hurley J.P. kindly allowed the society to use his old barn in Warren Road for rehearsals and the making of scenery and so the first opera, 'The Rebel Maid', was performed in the Banstead Institute in November 1929 followed by 'Dorothy' in the April of 1930. Thereafter a show was performed each year and in 1932 became affiliated to N.O.D.A.

In September 1931 the Society rendered 'The Hymn of Praise' with orchestra at a Service of Music at St. Paul's, Nork, where a silver collection was taken for the new Nork Church Building Fund and in April 1933 the Society performed in 'Merrie England' at The Cambridge Theatre, London, given for charity.

1933 saw an increase in the orchestra to 15 players and Mr. Harold Pitstow took over as Musical Director ‑ a post he retained until his retirement in 1973. 'Tom Jones' by Edward German was being rehearsed in 1939 when the outbreak of war forced the society to disband except for a few concerts which held members together until they were able to restart in 1945 ‑ producing 'My Lady Molly' in 1946.

September 1953 saw them taking part in a concert version of 'Merrie England' with other Societies at The Royal Albert Hall, presented by Madame Payling's Musical Society conducted by Colin Ratcliffe accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra.

The Society moved their shows from Banstead Institute to Bourne Hall, Ewell, in 1972 and were the first amateur society to perform there with their production of 'Die Fledermaus'. However, when Epsom Playhouse was built they transferred there in 1984 with the show 'Oklahoma'. Their President, Dorothy Garside, who was 100 in 2003, was the original pianist back in 1929.

In recent times a particular highlight was the Saturday matinee of 'Half a Sixpence' in 1996. This was attended by the show's composer David Henneker He had travelled all the way from South Wales, in his 90th year, to see it. He commended it as one of the best productions he had seen - so there Tommy Steele!

The society performs major shows ranging from operetta to American musicals at the Epsom Playhouse. A range of successful shows at the Banstead Community Centre has included Music Hall, Gilbert and Sullivan and reviews like ‘Happy as a Sandbag'. The society has also been involved in other musical activities in the area with concert versions of shows at the Epsom Playhouse and the Fairfield Hall Croydon.

We celebrated our 75th Anniversary in May 2003 with an outstanding performance of 'Die Fledermaus' in honour of our Founder member and President, the late Dorothy Garside. We were delighted to be awarded an Accolade of Excellence from NODA - Southern Area for this performance.

The show was Directed by the late Norma Evans with Tom Higgins as our Musical Director and Coral Stodel as Choreographer.