The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe
By C.S. Lewis – Adapted for the stage by Glyn Robbins
Directed by Lucie Evans
Could you be the saviour of Narnia and help us defeat the White Witch and her evil plan?
Poulner Players are excited to be undertaking the first local amateur production of this wonderful show. Based on the original story by C.S. Lewis, and part of the ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’, the story follows the evacuation of four children from London during the Blitz.
Finding themselves in a rambling and mostly empty country house, they begin a game of hide and seek. The youngest, Lucy, falls through a wardrobe and finds herself in an enchanted, snowy land, inhabited by talking animals and under the spell of a powerful Sorceress.
The children trigger a series of events that will lead to the culmination of an ancient prophecy, and ultimately either destroy Narnia, or rescue it from a frozen fate.
If you are interested in performing or supporting this production in any way, as prompt, stagehand, costume finder or maker, lighting and sound effects person, video specials, property and construction maker, tea-boy, or musician, you are warmly invited to come along to the first get together to meet the rest of the company.
There are 25 acting parts for adults and children (aged 10+), from major characters through to enchanted animals and evil henchmen.
First Get Together Meeting :
Tuesday 26th September 2017 at 7.30pm at St John’s Church Hall, Linford Road, Poulner, BH24 1TY and then to the pub ….
(There will be an additional meeting on Thursday 28th September for anyone who cannot make the first meeting.)
Tuesday 10th October & Thursday 12th October 2017 at 7.30pm, also at St John’s Church Hall, Linford Road, Poulner
Tuesdays & Thursdays starting 31st October through until February.
SHOW DATES: 14th – 17th FEBRUARY 2018 with MATINEES on both THURSDAY & SATURDAY
NEED ANY FURTHER INFORMATION ?
please phone, text, email or message Lucie Evans mob: 07875 370992 – email: email@example.com
If you would like to see a copy of the script contact Sally Whyte mob: 07966 259787 email: firstname.lastname@example.org