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.
In the instant of a chance meeting two young people fall in love. Impulsively they marry in secret, but in a divided city their innocent union is threatened by a bloody family feud. Shakespeare vividly captures the beauty, intimacy and ultimate fragility of young love in a hostile world.
Rupert Goold returns to the Company to direct his first production as an Associate Director following his acclaimed 2006 production of The Tempest. Rupert’s recent credits include Oliver! and Enron. Sam Troughton and Mariah Gale play Romeo and Juliet.
Opened: 12-Mar-2010 Booking until: 27-Aug-2010
Author: William Shakespeare Director: Rupert Goold
ENRON is directed by Headlong Theatre’s Artistic Director Rupert Goold, which is going to transfer from Royal Court Downstairs Theatre to Noel Coward Theatre from 16th of Jan-2010.
One of the most infamous scandals in financial history becomes a unique theatrical event in ‘Rupert Goold’s brilliant production’ (Guardian). Mixing classical tragedy with savage comedy, it reviews the tumultuous 1990s and casts new light on the current financial situation. In what promises to be ‘an outstanding evening’ (ES), Enron is ‘the exhilarating answer to a $60bn question’ (Times).
“Are you kidding me? Did we take advantage? That’s what we do, that’s how the world works. When you ask, ‘Did you take advantage?’, I hear ‘Do you make a living?’, ‘Do you breathe in and out?’, ‘Are you a man?’ Yes, we took advantage. And the only difference between me and the people judging me is they weren’t smart enough to do what we did.’’
Inspired by real-life events and using music, dance and video, ENRON is directed by Headlong Theatre’s Artistic Director Rupert Goold whose recent credits include the award-winning Macbeth and Six Characters in Search of an Author, King Lear, No Man’s Land and Oliver!