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After thrilling London audiences back in 2020, Sally Cookson's innovative staging of C.S Lewis seminal novel heads out on a hotly anticipated UK tour! This captivating production uses ingenious stagecraft in the place of flashy effects to tell the story of four evacuee siblings that discover an enchanted realm at the back of a dusty old wardrobe and the epic adventure that awaits...
After leaving London to escape the Blitz, the inquisitive Pevensey Children (Lucy, Edmund, Susan, and Peter) are searching for adventure in the old country house of their guardian. When they discover a doorway to a mysterious wintry wonderland at the back of an old wardrobe it certainly seems they have found it.
But all is not as it seems in the icy land of Narnia, in fact, it's under the spell of the nefarious White Witch, whose tyranny keeps the world in perpetual winter - with Christmas never coming! Alongside the talking faun Mr Tumnus, the kind Mr and Mrs Beaver, and the majestic lion Aslan, the children prepare to battle the witch and restore Narnia to its former glory. Will the forces of good win out over this chilling evil? Book your tickets to find out!
Opening night: 1 March 2022
Images used from the original London production and may not reflect the current cast.
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
Ammar Duffus as Peter Pevensie
Shaka Kalokoh as Edmund Pevensie
Robyn Sinclair as Susan Pevensie
Karise Yansen as Lucy Pevensie
Samantha Womack as The White Witch
Chris Jared as Alsan
Jez Unwin as Mr Tumnus
Sam Buttery as Mr Beaver
Michael Ahomka-Lindsay as Maugrim
Oliver Bingham as Mr Brinkworth, March Hare and Aslan Puppeteer
Scott Brooks as Mr Pope, Fox Trot, Associate Music Captain
Rachel Dawson as Miss Chutney, Blue Badger and Spirit of the Moon
Oliver Grant as Mr Wilson, Schrodinger, Red Squirrel and Aslan Puppeteer
Matthew James Hinchliffe as Mr Marsden, Mauve Mole
Tash Holway as on stage Swing, Dance Captain
Shaun McCourt as Mr Granville, Jack Rabbit, Aslan Puppeteer
Sophie Naglik as on stage Swing
Kate Parr as Miss Gumley-Warmley and Phoenix
Anthony Starr as on stage Swing
Christina Tedders as Mrs Beaver
Brad Veitch as on stage Swing
Johnson Willis as Professor Kirk, Father Christmas, Wise Owl and White Mouse
Grace Wylde as Mrs Pevensie, Robin and Falcon
Directed by Sally Cookson
Design by Rae Smith
Writer in the room Adam Peck
Movement direction by Dan Canham
Puppetry direction by Craig Leo
Lighting design by Bruno Poet
Sound design by Ian Dickinson
Music by Benji Bower
Magical MODERN beautiful
A magical piece of festive theatre, conscientiously adapted for modern audiences young and old
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