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The Gadshill Theater
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Location Information
Feature films Barbie in a Christmas Carol
Type Theater

The Gadshill Theater is a location in Barbie in a Christmas Carol. It is located in the city of Victorian London, and it is run by Eden Starling, a famous singer.

Troupe

  • Catherine Beadnell, the costume designer and seamstress.
  • Ann and Nan, twin sisters who are talented singers and dancers.
  • Maurice, a French clown.
  • Freddy, a magician. His stage name is Magnifico the Magnificent, which was revealed in the book Barbie in A Christmas Carol: A Junior Novelization.

Trivia

  • Gadshill Place was the home of Charles Dickens, the author of A Christmas Carol. The name of the Gadshill Theatre was based on it.
Barbie in A Christmas Carol
Barbie in A Christmas Carol Classic Cover

Media: Barbie in a Christmas Carol | Soundtrack

Characters: Barbie Roberts | Kelly Roberts | Eden Starling | Chuzzlewit | Catherine Beadnell | Ann and Nan | Freddy | Maurice | Marie | Spirit of Christmas Past | Mrs. Beadnell | Boz | Mrs. Dorrit | Charlie | Spirit of Christmas Present | Tammy | Orphanage Head | Jacob | Orphans | Spirit of Christmas Future | Hypnotist | Trained Dogs | Seamstress | Nikki

Object: Snow Globe

Locations: Barbie's Bedroom | Gads Hill Theater | Eden's Bedroom | Marie's Home | Beadnell's Home | Orphanage

Music: "O Christmas Tree" | "Deck the Halls" | "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas" | "Joy to the World" | "Branle de l'Official" | "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" | "Jingle Bells" | "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" | "Silent Night! Holy Night!" | "A Barbie 12 Days of Christmas" | "I Love This Christmas" | "California Christmas"

Miscellaneous: Gallery | Merchandise | Transcript | Credits

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