The threesixty presents C.S. Lewis’sThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe which is adapted for the stage by Rupert Goold and directed by Rupert Goold and Michael Fentiman at Kensington Gardens.
Following the international smash-hit production of Peter Pan, threesixty returns to London’s historic Kensington Gardens to create another enchanting theatrical experience.
Open the door and enter a spectacular new world with Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy as they journey through the magical land of Narnia.
Adored by all ages this major new production of the classic story has been created by an award-winning team. The first installment from C.S. Lewis’ beloved ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ series, it combines live theatre and breathtaking special effects performed in a state-of-the art theatre tent.
Set against the backdrop of Kensington Palace, this exquisite event promises to be the ultimate summer experience in the park.
Peter Pan will return home for the first time in over 100 years when a new production of JM Barrie’s “PETER PAN”, written by Tanya Ronder, will be performed this summer in a specially designed tent in Kensington Gardens. As JM Barrie wrote in “Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens”:
“Standing on the ledge he could see trees far away, which were doubtless the Kensington Gardens, and the moment he saw them he entirely forgot that he was now a little boy in a nightgown, and away he flew, right over the houses into the Gardens.”
This new production of “PETER PAN” will be directed by Ben Harrison. A former associate director of the Almeida Theatre, Ben Harrison is one of the world’s leading exponents of site-specific theatre. “PETER PAN” will be designed by multi-Olivier Award winning William Dudley. He has worked regularly at the Royal National Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre and in the West End and he has an international reputation for his work creating 3D virtual environments. Tanya Ronder has a reputation for outstanding adaptations of classic works including her award-winning “Vernon God Little” for the Young Vic and “Blood Wedding” for the Almeida