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When a game of hide and seek leads Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy through the wardrobe t a magical world, they think they've found the perfect place to escape a rainy day. But all is not well in the snowy land where the evil White Witch has condemned Narnia to eternal winter. Can the children unite with the majestic lion Aslan to defeat the Witch and fulfil their destiny on the thrones of Cair Paravel?Performers Dominic Charles-Rouse (Peter), Louisa McCarthy (Susan), Richard Frame (Edmund), Claire Redcliffe (Lucy), Michael Skyers (Aslan), Ellen O'Grady (White Witch), Ian Conningham (Mr Tumnus), David Streames (Mr Beaver), Lisa Howard (Mrs Beaver), Delroy Atkinson (Grumpskin), Sebastien Torkia (Maugrim), Russell Dixon (Professor Kirk), Kate Coysten, Serena Giacomini, Ian Hallard, Mark Hedges, John Hicks.
Book by C.S. Lewis. Adapted by Adrian Mitchell. Music Shaun Davey. Lyrics Adrian Mitchell. Director Ian Brown. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Malcolm Rippeth. Costume Stephen Snell. Sound Mic Pool. Music Chris Madin (musical arrangement). Director Mary McAdam (music). Director Faroque Khan (associate director). Director Renny Krupinski (fight).
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