Go through the wardrobe into the magical world of Narnia!

This June, Spotlites Children’s Theatre present the spellbinding, classic story of ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’ from well known author C.S. Lewis. It follows the story of 4 children, who enter the mystical world of Narnia through an old wardrobe, whilst there they encounter an array of various creatures and the mighty Aslan, who is struggling to keep Narnia safe from the clutches of the manipulative White Witch, who proceeds to try and end his reign and lead the children astray. The journey of the children tests their courage, determination, love for one another and their resolve when dealing with the threat of evil.

 

Spotlites Children’s Theatre are elated to present this remarkable show and with their previous shows catching the hearts of audiences and engulfing them in the stories they present, the audience for ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’will certainly not be disappointed. The production showcases a range of children aged 5-14 years old, including 12 year old Keri from Coxheath, Maidstone playing the role of the malevolent White Witch and 11 year old Emma playing the charming role of Lucy, the youngest of the 4 children; Emma played the role of Tinkerbell, in Spotlites Youth Theatre’s ‘Peter Pan’ last Christmas.

Some of the cast members have shared their thoughts on why they are looking forward to being in the production and what they think audiences members will appreciate about the show.
‘I am so excited to perform in this show, as I’ve been given the opportunity to perform my first major speaking part and I have learnt so much from the older cast members and love working with everyone as they are all so kind and we all work well together as a team’

– Emma, 11, from Maidstone (Lucy)
‘I love being in this show because it has been a really fun experience and whilst at the theatre I get to be who I truly am and have also made many new, good friends’

– Owen, 12, from Sittingbourne (Professor)

 

‘I really love this show because it’s full of magical creatures and an exciting world which I get to be a part of and I can’t wait for the shows!’

– Billie, 10, from Allhallows (Dwarf)

 

‘I love every show that I have been involved in at Spotlites, however this one in particular is one of my favourites as it has two different sides to it which I think the audience will find interesting and we have had to use lots of teamwork which is great as I have met lots of new people who I hadn’t worked with before and I can learn from them.’

– Amber, 14, from Chatham (Maugrim the wolf)

 

‘I love this show as it is very different to others I have been in such as Seussical as there is a bigger cast and its a very different experience from previous shows I’ve been in which has allowed me to learn lots of new skills to use in my performances’

 – Gavin, 13, from Sittingbourne (Aslan)

 

‘I really enjoy this show as I love how my character develops and moves through the temptation they are faced with and moves through their mistakes and I also get to engage and communicate with lots of different people which I love’

– Lexi, 12, from Gillingham (Edmund)

 

‘I really like my part in this show because it is very fun and I get to travel to lots of different places within my character’s story and have had to think about both sides of the story a lot. I have also really enjoyed learning the skills needed to do the battles in the show, which I think the audience will enjoy’

– Tristan, 9, from Twydall (Mr Tumnus)

 

‘I am so happy with what I have learnt during this show and I think the best thing about the shows at Spotlites is that you get to work with so many different and talented people who you add to the brilliant learning experience’

– Keri, 12, from Coxheath, Maidstone (White Witch)

 

So book your tickets (online here) and join our intrepid adventurers as they go through the Wardrobe.