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My Narnia in Rostrevor

33-34 Bridge Street, Rostrevor, Down, BT34 3BG
A birds' eye view drawing depicting Narnia in Kilbrony Park Rostrevor.

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During the pandemic Sinéad Lunny's young Speech and Drama students created 'word pictures' and short 2 minute videos of their idea of Narnia, based on the C.S. Lewis stories and the Narnia Trail in Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor. The resulting videos will be shown to a live audience for the first time during this event. The videos will be supported by a showing of The True Myth, a short film featuring the well known TV presenter, Denis Tuohy.  This film was made as an introduction to C. S. Lewis more intellectual writing and was scripted by Seth Linder and filmed during the Lockdown in Rostrevor.

Delicious finger food, provided by Bart at The Rostrevor Inn, will be served during the event.

Light Theatre Company and The Rostrevor Inn comply with current government Covid-19 guidelines.

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