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This Christmas, prepare to be transported into the enchanted world of Inkheart, where nothing is what it seems and magic hides behind every page... Meggie loves books. they are her best friends in the world but her father Mo hasn't read aloud to her since her mother mysteriously disappeared many years ago. Mo is hiding a mysterious secret from Meggie - when he reads aloud, stories come alive and characters burst from the pages into the real world. Suddenly, Meggie is thrust into a perilous and thrilling adventure that catapults her into a cat and mouse chase with dastardly storybook villain Capricorn. Ably assisted by her father, her eccentric aunt, and the fire-breather Dustfinger, will Meggie be able to stay one step ahead and stop Capricorn's fiendish plans to destroy them all? And what will happen when she reads from a book...? Inkheart
is a play about the magic of reading and the beauty and meaning stories have in our lives. This magical tale of Meggie, a spirited heroine who meets her literary idols from Treasure Island, Arabian Nights and Peter Pan in real-life, will captivate the whole family this Christmas.Performers Katherine Carlton (Meggie), Paul McEwan (Mo), Kelly Hotten (Resa), Andy Sheridan (Dustfinger), Rachel Atkins (Elinor), Griffin Stevens (Flatnose), Will Irvine (Capricorn), Kern Falconer (Fenoglio), Andrei Costin (Farid), Darryl Clark (Basta).
Book by Cornelia Funke. Adapted by Stephen Sharkey. Adapted by Walter Meierjohann. Producer HOME. Director Walter Meierjohann. Design Stephane Laime. Musical Director Nikola Kodjabashia. Lighting Mike Gunning. Music Nikola Kodjabashia. Dramaturg Petra Tauscher. Director Louis Hammond (casting director). Director Cat Robey (assistant director).
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