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The LION, the WITCH and the WARDROBE
 

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Marian Street Theatre for Young People are proud to present a dramatic re-telling of one of the world’s best-loved stories THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE from Saturday 22 September to Saturday 24 November. This adaptation for Marian Street has been created for the stage in MSTYP’s unique, warm-hearted style, including a captivating array of fascinating characters, music and percussion..

Susan, Peter, Edmund and Lucy are playing hide-and-seek when they accidentally stumble across a magical wardrobe that leads them into a fairytale land called Narnia. Narnia is under the spell of the White Witch but the children join forces with the great lion Aslan to free the frozen land and all its creatures, including their friends Mr and Mrs Beaver and Mr Tumnus the Faun. In doing so they discover that good does triumph over evil and that Love is the deepest magic of all.

Marian Street Theatre for Young People is a not-for-profit organisation that has been creating quality theatre for children for over 40 years with a blend of great storytelling, original music and puppetry, brought to life by the talented young performers from Marian Street Drama School.

Description: SISV logoWhen: 22 September to 24 November 2012

Where: Marian Street Theatre, 2 Marian Street, Killara

Performances: Saturdays 22 September, 13 Oct – 24 Nov 10.30am & 1pm

School Holidays 24 Sept – 5 Oct weekdays 10.30am & 1pm

Sat 29 Sept & Sat 6 Oct 1pm only

Prices: Children $18, Adults $22, Families of four $68

Groups of 15+ $15 a head Vacation Care/OOSH groups $12 a head

Birthdays: Birthday parties after Saturday show.

Bookings: 1300 306 776 or www.mca-tix.com.au (booking fees apply)

Info: www.mstyp.org.au

 

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