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Scrooge: the musical / A Christmas Carol

Scrooge, trepidation on his face as he clutches his night-gown and holds out his candle to investigate that strange clanking noise ...

These Scrooge / Christmas Carol illustrations are available for licensing to theatre companies and their designers to incorporate into publicity material (posters, leaflets, playbills, programmes, tickets etc.).

I make all my artwork very affordable so that amateur companies and schools can use them.
You can see my prices here and my terms and conditions here.

Please contact me if you would like to license this artwork or require any help or further information.

Main artwork - colour, black and white, or silhouette
Examples of use

© Garen Ewing & Logos For Shows

This image can be supplied in a variety of formats, including
high-resolution PNG, JPG, TIF or PSD. The silhouette version is also available as AI, PDF and EPS.

Technical information
400 dpi; 88 x 148 mm (300 dpi: 117 x 197 mm). Silhouette also available as scaleable vector shape.
Supplementary artwork

If you license the main Scrooge figure then you can also use these supplementary bits within the same license fee - great for additional poster graphics or for use as filler art in the programme. They include a title graphic, the ghost of Christmas Future, a haunted candlestick, a version of the ghost of Christmas Past, and a Jacob Marley doorknocker.

Poster templates

Sizes available: A4

These editable hi-res poster templates are available for you to add your own details to, or I can layout the poster for you or even design a brand new poster. See the prices page for more information.

See also ...
About Scrooge / A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol was written by Charles Dickens and first saw publication in December 1843, stamping itself into history and becoming an instant favourite, never since out of print, and irrevocably tied to the season it both celebrated and moralised. It tells the story of the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, whose selfish and greedy ways are changed after he is visited by three ghosts one Christmas Eve. Theatre adaptations have been almost countless, starting with Dickens' own public readings and including musicals, dramatisations and one-man shows. It has also enjoyed a long association with the silver screen, the earliest surviving film being from 1901, and other notable versions including Scrooge starring Alastair Sim (1951) and The Muppet Christmas Carol featuring Kermit the Frog and Michael Caine (1992).


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