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DetailsHis Dark Materials
takes us on a thrilling journey through worlds familiar and unknown. For Lyra and Will, its two central characters, it s a coming of age and a transforming spiritual experience. Their great quest demands a savage struggle against the most dangerous of enemies. They encounter fantastical creatures in parallel worlds - rebellious angels, soul-eating spectres, child-catching Gobblers and the armoured bears and witch-clans of the Arctic. Finally, before reaching, perhaps, the republic of heaven, they must visit the land of the dead. His Dark Materials
is produced in two parts. Please check with the Box Office whether part I or part II is being show on the day you would like to attend. Running time of each part: 3 hours.Performers Timothy Dalton (Lord Asriel), Patricia Hodge (Mrs Coulter), Dominic Cooper (Will), Anna Maxwell Martin (Lyra), Patrick Godfrey, Stephen Greif, Jamie Harding, Akbar Khurta, Inika Leigh Wright, Helen Lymbery, Tim McMullan, Helen Murton, Cecilia Noble, Nick Sampson, Danny Sapani, Jason Thorpe, Russell Tovey, Ben Whishaw, Richard Youman, Samuel Barnett, John Carlisle, Niamh Cusack, Chris Larkin, Iain Mitchell, Emily Mytton, Katy Odey, Daniel Tuite, Andrew Westfield, Katie Wimpenny, Ben Wright.
Book by Philip Pullman. Adapted by Nicholas Wright. Director Nicholas Hytner. Design Giles Cadle. Costume Jon Morrell. Other Michael Curry (puppets). Lighting Paule Constable. Choreographer Aletta Collins. Music Jonathan Dove. Director Terry King (fights). Sound Paul Groothuis. Other Thomas Gray (video projection designer). Design Yuri Tanaka (computer graphics designer).
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