20th to 24th January 2005 at Stantonbury Campus Theatre, Milton Keynes

An adaptation of the C. S. Lewis tale by Glyn Robbins.

Travel to the mystical land of Narnia with Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy.

Enter a world where fauns frolic, trees talk and the civilization is remarkably civilized except for the evil White Witch, who will stop at nothing short of total conquest!

Surely Aslan the great Lion will vanquish this diabolical creature… won’t he?

But why is his return taking so long? And will his power be enough to overcome her dark treachery?

This delightful adaptation of C. S. Lewis’s well-loved tale of good and evil is a delight for the whole family.

Production generously sponsored by Marcus Jordan & Co (Olney).

Show Dates, Times and Ticket Prices

20th to 24th January 2005 at Stantonbury Campus Theatre, Milton Keynes


Edmund – Paul Croft
Peter – James Down
Lucy – Zena Giambrone
Susan – Caroline Grayson
Mrs Macready / The White Witch – Ann Skelly
Professor / Aslan – Richard Duncombe
Mr Beaver – Dick Skellington
Mrs Beaver – Sue Whyte
Dwarf – Joy Parker
Mr Tumnus / Father Christmas – Sean McDermott
Leopards – Matthew Baker and Anel Burger
Maugrim – JP Robertson
Wolf – Ben Amos
Chorus – Joseph Farmer, Hannah Powell, Amy O’Brien, Mary-Ann Tucker, Mina Skelly, Felicity Salter (Susan’s Understudy), Charlotte Gibbs ( Lucy’s Understudy) and Elliot Morgan ( Edmund’s Understudy)

The understudies for Lucy, Edmund and Susan, played the roles in the matinee performance on Saturday 24th January 2005.

Production Team

Directors – David Pibworth and Sean McDermott
Production Manager – Jackie Southgate
Choreography – Jackie and Francesca Southgate
Lighting – Andrew Saville
Sound – Gareth Langham
Set – John Southgate
Marketing and Publicity – David Lovesy and Steve Clark
Stage Management – Pam Buckle