The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in the West End – production images released

New production images have been released as The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe opens in the West End.

The play, presented at the Gillian Lynne Theater and based on the seminal text by CS Lewis, stars Samantha Womack as the White Witch, joined by Ammar Duffus as Peter, Shaka Kalokoh as Edmund, Robyn Sinclair as Susan and the New came Delainey Hayles in Lucy.

The other actors, reprising their roles from the tour, are Scott Brooks (Mr Pope and Fox Trot), Rachel Dawson (Miss Chutney, Blue Badger and Spirit of the Moon), Oliver Grant (Mr Wilson, Schrodinger, Red Squirrel, Head Cruel , Aslan Puppeteer and Resident Director), Chris Jared (Aslan), Matthew James Hinchliffe (Mr Marsden, Mauve Mole and Music Captain), Shaun McCourt (Mr Granville, Jack Rabbit and Aslan Puppeteer), Christina Tedders (Mrs Beaver), Jez Unwin (Mr. Tumnus) and Johnson Willis (Professor Kirk, Santa Claus, Wise Owl and White Mouse).

Myla Carmen (swing), Jasmin Colangelo (swing/dance captain), Julian Hoult (Mr Beaver), Ashlee Irish (swing), Sean Lopeman (Mr Brinkworth, March Hare, Aslan Puppeteer), Micha Richardson (Mrs Pevensie and Robin) , Ciaran Roger (swing) and Charlotte-Kate Warren (Miss Gumley Warmly and Phoenix).

Joining Fentiman on the creative team are set and costume designer Tom Paris, composers Benji Bower and Barnaby Race, choreographer Shannelle ‘Tali’ Fergus, lighting designer Jack Knowles, sound designers Ian Dickinson and Gareth Tucker for Autograph, puppet director Toby Olié, puppet designer Max Humphries, aerial director Gwen Hales, illusionist Chris Fisher, musical director Toby Higgins, casting director Will Burton CDG, fight director Jonathan Holby, wigs, hair and makeup artists Susanna Peretz, supervisor props Lizzie Frankl for Propworks, playwright Adam Peck and motion consultant Dan Canham.

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