Elliott and Harper Productions in association with Catherine Schreiber present

The Lion, The Witch
and the Wardrobe

Tue 2 - Sat 13 Nov 2021

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Direct from London, the smash hit production of C.S. Lewis’ classic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, voted the nation’s favourite book in 2019, is coming to Curve in November 2021.

Step through the wardrobe next winter 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.

Age Recommendation 6+.

Tickets

£42 – £10

DISCOUNTS*
15% off for Members
£25 on Tue 2 Nov or £5 off for 16 – 26 Members (with a FREE 16 – 26 Membership)
£25 Under 16s
£25 Under 18s school groups
£4 off Groups 10+
£5 off Groups 20+

ACCESS PERFORMANCES
Signed
: Thu 11 Nov 2021, 7pm
BSL Interpreter: Emma Phillips

Captioned: Fri 12 Nov 2021, 7pm
Audio Described
: Sat 13 Nov, 2pm, with Touch Tour from 12.30pm (TBC)

For more information about our Access Performances, please click here.

*Discounts are subject to availability and may be removed at any time. Only valid on certain performances - terms and conditions apply.

Credits & Acknowledgments

From the novel by C.S Lewis, directed by Michael Fentiman, based on the original production by Sally Cookson.

Director Michael Fentiman
Original Set and Costume Design Rae Smith
Set and Costume Design Tom Paris
Composer Benji Bower
Musical Supervisor/Additional Composition by Barnaby Race
Choreographer Shelley Maxwell
Lighting Design Bruno Poet
Sound Design Ian Dickinson and Gareth Tucker for Autograph
Puppetry Director Toby Olié
Puppetry Designer Max Humphries
Aerial Director Gwen Hales
Illusions Chris Fisher
Movement Consultant Dan Canham
Dramaturg Adam Peck

 

Previous production photography by Brinkhoff/Mögenburg

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