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The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

Tuesday, February 22

Direct from London, the smash-hit production of C.S. Lewis’ classic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, voted the nations favourite book in 2019,  is coming to Plymouth!

Step through the wardrobe into the enchanted kingdom of Narnia.  Join Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter as they wave goodbye to wartime Britain and embark on the most magical of adventures in a frozen, faraway land where they meet a Faun, talking Beavers, the noble king of Narnia, Aslan, and the coldest, most evil of all, The White Witch.

This critically acclaimed production is pure theatrical magic.

TV and theatre star Samantha Womack completes the already announced cast to play Narnia’s evil White Witch. Samantha Womack said of her new role:

‘Having been a huge fan of C S Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, I am thrilled to be playing the The White Witch. The book has always been a magical read and having watched incredible actors interpret this role I am excited to see what she holds for me. This production is so beautifully conceived with thrilling sets and costumes and an amazingly talented cast and creative team. I can’t wait to seduce, plot and terrify Narnia into a permanent winter’

The already announced cast are: the Pevensie children: Ammar Duffus (Peter) Shaka Kalokoh (Edmund), Robyn Sinclair (Susan) and Karise Yansen (Lucy). Aslan is played by Chris Jared, Mr Tumnus by Jez Unwin, Mr Beaver by Sam Buttery and Maugrim by Michael Ahomka-Lindsay. They are joined by Oliver Bingham, Kate Parr, Grace Wylde, Johnson Willis, Rachel Dawson, Oliver Grant , Matthew James Hinchliffe, Sophie Naglik, Anthony Starr, Tash Holway and Brad Veitch.

22 Feb – 26 Feb 2022

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