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The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe Tickets

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe Tickets

Bridge Theatre
9 Nov 2019 - 2 Feb 2020

Step through the wardrobe this winter into the magical kingdom of Narnia for the most mystical of adventures in a faraway land. Join Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter as they wave goodbye to wartime Britain and say hello to a talking Faun, an unforgettable Lion and the coldest, cruellest White Witch.

This critically acclaimed production reunites director Sally Cookson with designer Rae Smith, writer in the room Adam Peck, movement director Dan Canham, lighting designer Bruno Poet, sound designer Ian Dickinson and music by Benji Bower all of whom originally brought the show to life in 2017 breaking box office records at Leeds Playhouse.

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Run time

2hrs 40mins (inc. interval)

Opening date

November 9th, 2019

Closing date

February 2nd, 2020


Family, Play


Bridge Theatre


Suitable 6+

Show schedule

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Bridge Theatre Information

Bridge Theatre
3 Potters Fields Park, London, United Kingdom, SE1 2SG


Location: Finge/Off West End Railway station: London Bridge or Waterloo

Cast and creative

By: Adam Peck as writer in the room Songs by: Benji Bower Director: Sally Cookson Cast list: Femi Akinfolarin, Omari Bernard, Laura Elphinstone, Shalisa James-Davis, Wil Johnson, Keziah Joseph, John Leader, Stuart Neal, Dean Nolan, Beverly Rudd, Emily Benjamin, Amber Cayasso, Sebastian Charles, Andro Copperthwaite, Nicky Cross, David Emmings, Nathan Louis Fernand, Linford Johnson, Mitch Leow, Mei Mac, James McHugh, Helen Parke, Tinovimbanashe Sibanda and Millicent Wong Design: Rae Smith Lighting: Bruno Poet Choreography: Dan Canham Sound: Ian Dickinson

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