Caterham’s Miller Centre Theatre has announce their upcoming Christmas Drama ‘The Real Eddie Spencer’.

In the heart of Caterham Valley,The Miller Centre Theatre is marked as a place of community and comfort where Surrey residents can go to enjoy an evening of entertainment, watching one of many exciting plays performed. And this winter, they're bringing Christmas spirit to the town with their festive drama ‘The Real Eddie Spencer’.

Following the ending of a short-lived Halloween, the Christmas season is now swiftly approaching across Surrey, and already the colourful pandemonium of Christmas shopping has begun to unleash within the town of Caterham. From upcoming Christmas Market events, to new exciting gift selection across shops in The Church Walk Shopping Centre, shoppers may quickly tire of the prolonged quest to find presents for their loved ones in time for the grand day.

Well, if you and your family and friends (13+) are looking for a well earned break from the festive fever, watching the new christmas production at Caterham’s renowned Miller Centre Theatre is a fantastic way to enjoy a chilly evening this coming December. 

Written and starring Keith Orton and directed by Natalie Jones , ‘The Real Eddie Spencer’  is described as a ‘haunting drama’, which follows events of protagonist Eddie as he abruptly arrives to his son’s home in Australia at Christmas, only he is unwell and has a mysterious secret to tell before it’s too late. However, with obstacles standing in his way, such as the ghosts of his dead ex-wife and his partner, will he be able to deliver the truth in time? 

Loosely based on ‘A Christmas Carol’, ‘The Real Eddie Spencer’ combines the fictional world of the supernatural with true to life adult themes. It delivers a witty yet powerful Christmas story for you and your loved ones to enjoy in theatre this winter.

‘The Real Eddie Spencer’ opens on Thursday 30 November at The Miller Centre Theatre, 30 Godstone Road, Caterham CR3 6RA. It runs every night (excluding Sunday) at 8pm until Saturday 9 December. There will be a matinée on the final Saturday at 2.30pm. Tickets cost £14 and can be booked online at A group booking discount is also available: 10 tickets for the price of 9.