Camdram

    presents...

    The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
    By C.S. Lewis (adapted for the stage by Adrian Mitchell, music by Shaun Davey)

    15:15, Wed 1st August 2007 - Sun 12th August 2007 at C+3, C Venues, Chambers Street, Edinburgh Festival 2007
    15:15, Tue 14th August 2007 - Mon 27th August 2007 at C+3, C Venues, Chambers Street, Edinburgh Festival 2007
    19:45, Tue 9th October 2007 - Sat 13th October 2007 at ADC Theatre
    14:30, Sat 13th October 2007 at ADC Theatre
    Summer Vacation to Michaelmas Week 1

    www.aslanisonthemove.co.uk

    'They say Aslan is on the move - perhaps he has already landed...'

    Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy have been evacuated from London during the Blitz to a big old house in the country. While exploring, Lucy comes across a wardrobe through which she reaches the magical land of Narnia. She meets a faun who tells her of the cruel White Witch, who turns innocent creatures to stone and has cast a spell of perpetual winter over the land. When Lucy returns to Narnia with her brothers and sister, however, the faun has been captured by the White Witch. Teaming up with a couple of beavers, the children set off to rescue him and to find the great lion Aslan, with whose help they must set things right.

    C.S. Lewis' classic tale of good and evil is brought vividly to life in Adrian Mitchell's thrilling adaptation, originally written for the RSC. Join us for what promises to be one of the most exciting productions at this year's Edinburgh festival!

    Cast

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