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Paris is being terrorized by the evil Cardinal and a monstrous creature who suffers from serious mood-swings! The young sword-fighter dâArtagnan finds himself on an epic quest to save the city and a pregnant Princess, but he needs the help of the Three Musketeers. Rumour has it theyâve gone to seed, gone past their sell-by date and gone into hiding. So first of all he has to find them... Based on the classic characters created by Alexandre Dumas, this hilarious, anarchic and utterly thrilling new production promises an unforgettable journey into enchanted forests, over lost streams and around REALLY horrible baddies, as we cheer our hero D'Artagnan and heroine Constance to a victorious end. Featuring a dash of live music and a hefty dose of fun, The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain is a play about friendship, love and identity. Oh... and baby-eating monsters! Suitable for ages 8+.Performers Peter Forbes (Porthos), Nicholas Asbury (Athos), Cliff Burnett (Aramis), Alexander Campbell (King of France), Cynthis Erivo (Constance), Oliver Gomm (D'Artagnan), Marx Jax (Gamaches), Beatriz Romilly (The Princess of Spain), Clive Mendus (Cardinal), Sarah Bedi (Pauline/Denise), Ralph Casson (Ensemble), Seb Morgan (Oliver), Paul Trussell (Le Noir/Mother).
Author Chris Hannan. Producer Traverse Theatre Company. Producer Belgrade Theatre Coventry. Producer English Touring Theatre. Director Dominic Hill. Design Colin Richmond. Costume Colin Richmond. Sound Nikola Kodjabashia. Lighting Chris Davey. Director Renny Krupinski (fight). Director David Betz-Heinemann. Choreographer Fleur Darkin.
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