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This town used to be full of children. It was like bottled sun. Then something went wrong - and Kay has changed; heâs become arithmetical, anti-girl, awkward and argumentative. Is it because he is a teenager, or is it something more sinister? Then one night Kay vanishes... His best friend Gerda enlists Granny Snow to help her find him. Armed only with her red kicking boots, some pots of honey and some geriatric magic, their perilous journey carries them down an ice-packed river, among flowers more dangerous than a Venus fly-trap, a kidnapping by an awesomely-terrifying robber girl, some frenzied media attention, talking reindeer and a lot of snow, as they pursue the terrifying Professor Storm and her ice warrior students. If Gerda and Granny Snow want to rescue Kay they must follow The Northern Lights that lead them to The Ice Palace itself, where The Snow Queen lives on her Ice Mirror of Reason, and Kay is turning bluer and colder.Corporate Sponsor Mercer. Company Chichester Festival Youth Theatre. Book by Bryony Lavery (based on the book by Hans Christian Andersen). Music Jason Carr. Lyrics Jason Carr. Director Dale Rooks. Director Abigail Graham. Design Simon Higlett. Costume Amy Jackson. Lighting James Whitside. Sound Jonathan Suffolk. Choreographer Imogen Knight. Musical Director Jenny Gould.
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