A Workplace Christmas Concert


Christmas carols re-imagined for the world of work.

Holly & Ivy – Now in their late sixties, Holly and Ivy just found out that they’re being moved onto zero hours contracts.

Godkin Works His Last – Accounts payable clerk, Derek Godkin, gets notice of redundancy the night before Christmas.

Wahey In A Manger – Donna from the IT help desk takes young apprentice Gavin under her wing at the office party.

Deck The Halls With Health & Safety – Don and Trev from facilities management try and get a working at height permit signed off on Christmas Eve.

Ding Dong Merrily On High – The CEO and CFO have a falling out over mis-stated profits

The First Oh Well – Sandra discovers that nobody turns up for a project update conference call on Boxing Day.

Arrest These Merry Gentlemen – After one too many yuletide ales, four city bankers are hauled in by the fraud squad over suspected rate rigging.

I Saw Three Chaps Come Trailing In – Mark, Terry and Bob from Sales face a disciplinary hearing after turning up late for an important client meeting the day after the department’s Christmas party.

In The Shit, Mid-audit – Another PFI scandal gets uncovered.

I.T. Called At Midnight, Dear – One wife brings bad tidings to a distraught husband trying to recall an uncomplimentary email inadvertently sent to a client.

Silent Knight – Sir Alan Trueman, Chairman of Big Bank Inc., declines to back his embattled CEO.

We Three Things Offended HR – A company-wide email is circulated after the company carol singing is disrupted by rowdiness after staff take advantage of the free mulled wine.

Why Traders Watched Their Stocks By Night – City workers look on in horror as Asian markets tumble amid fears of slowing growth in China.


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