Written by Glyn Robbins
Directed by Wilf Hashimi
Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking.
30th November – 3rd December, 2005 at 7.45pm
Matinee, Saturday 3rd December at 2.30pm
Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions)
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Young siblings discover that a wardrobe in an old country house is a portal to the magical land of Narnia. There, Edmund meets the evil White Witch and is lured into betraying his siblings, but the plot fails.
The lion Aslan, lord of Narnia, returns to the land, heralding the end of a long, joyless winter, and the children, who continue to elude the witch’s grasp, meet with him.
The witch demands an audience with Aslan and announces that Edmund, exposed as a traitor, must die. Unknown to the others, Aslan agrees to take Edmund’s place and submits to execution. However, he comes back to life and summons anarmy of woodland creatures and mythical characters in time to help Peter and the other children, including a repentant Edmund, defeat the witch’s forces and bring peace to Narnia.
After years of ruling Narnia, the children return through the wardrobe to find that time has stood still.
|Mrs Macready||Julie Jonklaas|
|Mr Tumnus||Tim Matthews|
|White Witch||Pam Kentish|
|Mr Beaver||Nick Daborn|
|Mrs Beaver||Becky Lozeron|
|Father Christmas||Bob Day|
|Hags||Kerry Dempsey, Amber Jodko, Alison Byers|
|Dancers||Daisy Ash, Stacey Walsh, Sophie Gullick|
|Production Assistant||Brenda Midwinter|
|Stage Manager||Peter Moore|
|ASMs||Lisel Slark, Julia Williams, Matthew Horton, David Dunlop|
|Set Design||Alan Wakefield & Jim Gallimore|
|Lighting Design||Robert Ive, Bill Payne|
|Lighting Assistant||Jonathan Miller|
|Sound Design||Bob Day, Danny Sparkes|
|Sound Operator||Simon Bayliss|
|Wardrobe||Sue Ross, Chris Moore|
|Makeup||Natalie Lansdell, Andrew Hamel-Cooke|
|Fight Arrangement||Martin Gardner|
|Front of House||Chris Moore|
|Box Office||Chris Moore|
|Photography||Ian Olsson, David Dickson|
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