Event

august, 2017

18aug - 27Multi-Day EventThe Lion, The Witch & The WardrobeFri 18 - Sun 20 & Thu 24 - Sun 27 August 12 noon & 4pm(Multi-Day Event) Price: £18.50, Conc £17.50, Members £16.50, Child £15.50, Family (2+2) £55, Family (1+3) £52

Time

august 18 (Friday) - 27 (Sunday)

Location

Wilde Theatre

South Hill Park, Ringmead, RG12 7PA

Price

£18.50, Conc £17.50, Members £16.50, Child £15.50, Family (2+2) £55, Family (1+3) £52

Event Details

South Hill Park presents

The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe

By Glyn Robbins. Adapted from the book by CS Lewis
This amateur production of The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is presented by special arrangement of Samuel French Ltd. The video and or audio recording of this performance by any means whatsoever are strictly prohibited.

Directed by Joe Malyan
Set Design by Victoria Spearing

Open the wardrobe door and step into CS Lewis’ magical realm of Narnia this summer! Join Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy and with the help of Mr Tumnus, Mr and Mrs Beaver, the mighty Aslan and even Father Christmas join the quest to banish the White Witch and help end her eternal winter once and for all!

Performed in the Wilde Theatre and South Hill Park Grounds

Click here to download a pdf information sheet about this performance

Cast includes:
Michael Ayiotis – Mr Tumnus (Peter Pan & The Cat in the Hat in Seussical)
Caroline Loveys – The White Witch (Mrs Gregg in The Magic Finger & Mrs Darling in Peter Pan)

Picnics: Adults £10, Child £5
Adult picnic includes a sandwich, packet of crisps, a piece of fruit, cupcake and bottle of beer or small bottle of wine or bottled water.
Child picnic includes a sandwich, packet of crisps, cupcake and a fruit shoot or bottle of water.

Picnics will take place during the interval in grounds of South Hill Park.
If adverse weather conditions occur, the performance will take place solely in The Wilde Theatre. Please still book or bring along your picnics, as you will be encouraged to eat them inside.

4 Comments. Leave new

What age group do you recommend this for ? I have three 2 years old, are hey too young do you think ?

Reply

Dear Helen,
I’ve have it on good authority that this show will be lovely for 2 year olds to see. Hope they enjoy the show.
Regards
Karen Farr
Publicity Officer

Reply

Well, I’ve just been to today’s matinee where there was a child, probably two or under and it cried, mumbled, squirmed and was generally noisy almost the whole of the first act. Finally someone complained to the steward just as the mum was taking it out. It was, however, brought back for the second act. Parents should be told that these type of plays where there is a lot of dialogue are not for that age group. It’s not fair on the parents, not fair on the child (the first act was one and a half hours long), and certainly not on the audience who were all disturbed!

Reply

Hi Lindy,
I have passed your comment to Maria Trevis our Marketing & Communications Manger who will respond to you on Monday when she returns to work.
Regars
Karen Farr
Publicity Officer

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