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7:30pm (2:30pm Saturday Matinee) £6, £4 Children

Hayling Island Young Actors present:

Prince Caspian

adapted by Erina Caradus

directed by Laura Duncan

While standing on a British railway station, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie are magically whisked away to a beach near an old and ruined castle. They determine the ruin is Cair Paravel, where they ruled as the Kings and Queens of Narnia, and discover the treasure vault where Peter's sword and shield, Susan's bow and arrows, and Lucy's bottle of magical cordial and dagger are stored. Susan's horn for summoning help is missing, as she left it in the woods the day they returned to England after their prior visit to Narnia. Although only a year has passed in England, 1300 years have passed in Narnia.

The children, finding Narnia is in trouble, fight to bring Prince Caspian, the rightful heir, to the throne.

PRINCE CASPIAN, © Copyright C S Lewis Pte Ltd 1951. Get Official NARNIA® news at https://www.facebook.com/TheChroniclesofNarnia