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The Three Musketeers archiveA fun-filled swashbuckling family adventure based on the famous novel by Alexander Dumas. Heroic deeds, epic duels and a lavish masquerade ball all come to life in a huge, outdoor adventure for all the family. It's 1626 and a young d'Artagnan sets out for Paris, determined to join the King's Musketeers. There's just one problem, women aren't allowed. Undaunted, our heroine disguises herself as man and manages to befriend the legendary Musketeer trio Athos, Aramis and Porthos. The four fast friends are soon caught up in deadly plot involving the Queen, twelve diamonds studs and the safety of the entire French state. Will this mean war with England? Will all four of our heroes survive? And will anyone discover d'Artagnan's secret? This summer in the grounds of St Paul's Church in Covent Garden, join d'Artagnan on her secret mission to be the first female Musketeer. Paul-Ryan Carberry directs Daniel Winder's adaptation of Alexandre Dumas's classic novel as you've never seen it before.


Jenny Horsthuis (d'Artagnan), Stephan Boyce (Treville), Albert de Jongh (Aramis), Ailsa Joy (Milady), Elliot Liburd (Porthos), Matt Stubbs (Athos), Bethan Rose Young (Constance)


Book by: Alexandre Dumas
Director(s): Paul-Ryan Carberry, Roger Bartlett (fight director), Rob Ellis (assistant)
Adapted by: Daniel Winder
Choreographer: Roger Bartlett
Design: Abbey&Alice
Costume: Kathleen Nellis
Lighting: Ciaran Cunningham
Sound(s): Adam Welsh, Shaun Barber (assistant)
Music: Nick Hart
Stage Manager: Tom Jackson

The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01825497361. Details of all The Three Musketeers archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1666270230

Archive Listings

2 Aug 18
2 Sep 18
St Paul's Church (The Actors Church)
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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