Following a sell-out run in 2013, The Narnia Experience returns to St George’s Hall Liverpool next month; the critically acclaimed interactive walk-through experience is back from 8 – 25 February and tickets are on sale now.
Brought to life once again by Crosby-based community theatre charity In Another Place, the company also behind 2016’s hugely successful production, The Alice Experience.
Visitors are invited to step through the enchanted wardrobe where they will discover a wintery forest scene and whisked to the magical land of Narnia. Take on the role of either Lucy or Edmund and follow the adventure from their perspective in this classic children’s tale by CS Lewis.
The Great Hall will be beautifully transformed as visitors go on a journey through the White Forest and across the land of Narnia in this large-scale, immersive and interactive trail. Get set to meet all the favourite characters along the way including Mr Tumnus, Mrs Beaver and The White Witch.
The Narnia Experience is an ideal day out for the whole family, from children 3+ to adults alike, and is perfect to enjoy during the February half-term holidays.
Set to be a huge production, In Another Place have gathered a team of around 500 volunteers to produce the event who have been drawn from community groups and churches across Liverpool, many individuals are also getting involved.
This event is expected to sell out fast, so be sure to book your tickets early and don’t miss out visiting Narnia!
The Narnia Experience returns to St George’s Hall from 8 – 25 February and is open daily from 9:30am – 7:30pm with admittance every 15 minutes.
St Georges Hall General Manager Alan Smith said: “We are delighted to welcome back the team at In Another Place, their previous productions of Narnia and Alice Experience were incredibly well received by the public. The creativity and vision in their set designs and the characters they bring to life are always astounding. I would definitely recommend booking fast as I imagine this to be another sell-out!”
Annie Spiers, Artistic Director said: “This is not just walking through the amazing scenery, but meeting the characters as they bring the story to life in this walk-through performance. This is an experience all ages will love.”
There will be four autism-friendly performances on Tuesday 21 February between 6:15pm – 7pm specifically designed to welcome those who will benefit from a more relaxed performance environment. A BSL performance is also available at 7:30pm on Saturday 18 February.
The Narnia Experience
St George’s Hall, North Entrance, William Brown Street, Liverpool
Wednesday 8 – Saturday 25 February
Times: Daily from 9:30am – 7:30pm (at 15 minute intervals)
Mon & Tue: Child £6/ Adult £8
Wed & Thu: Child £7/ Adult £10
Fri & Sat: Child £10/ Adult: £13
Fri 10th: Child £6/ Adult £8
Purchase in person at Echo Arena Liverpool, Kings Dock, Liverpool, online at www.ticketquarter.co.uk or on 0844 800 0410.
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