The sell-out Narnia experience returns to St George’s Hall from 11-23 February 2013
Book your tickets for The Narnia Experience 2013! Crosby charity In Another Place is repeating the acclaimed Narnia Experience at St George’s Hall in Liverpool from 11th – 23rd February 2013!
Following their sell out production of The Narnia Experience in 2011 – which attracted 17,000 visitors from across the city – they have decided to repeat the event in February 2013 with the same popular walk through format and just minor alterations to the set and script.
The experience itself is a walk-through theatrical experience, where visitors step into a wardrobe of fur coats…stumbling upon a wintery forest of 80 pine trees. The public take on the roles of either Lucy or Edmund and follow the story from their perspective, meeting characters like Mr Tumnus, Mrs Beaver and The White Witch!
This event is ideal for families with children age 3+, and adults too. Narnia will be open daily from 9.30am through to 7pm at 15min intervals (see further details online).
In Another Place are gathering a team of around 500 volunteers to produce this event. Team members are being drawn from community groups and churches across Liverpool with many individuals getting involved as well. Already over 4000 school children have been booked in and now the public can buy tickets for this February half term treat! Don’t leave it too late as this event sold out leaving many disappointed and unable to attend in 2011.
Tickets are now on sale online via www.inanotherplace.com or call 0151 924 4468. Alternatively tickets can be purchased in person at the St George’s Hall and Albert Dock Tourist Information Centres. Off-peak tickets cost £5 or £20 for groups of 5, peak tickets cost £7 or £28 for a group of 5. For enquiries, call 0151 924 4468.
The Narnia Experience takes place between 11th and 23rd February with the first week dedicated to school visits during the day. School performances are now sold out (with off peak public and groups in the late afternoon early evening). The second week will be devoted to public bookings for what is anticipated to be a must do family event for Half Term.
There is still a chance for behind the scenes involvement as a steward or a Narnian dryad guiding people through the experience, and there are also spaces available for local talent to perform in the entrance lobby to entertain those waiting to go through the wardrobe.