Into the Woods Enjoy Sondheim's timeless musical masterpiece this Christmas

Into the Woods

Redgrave Theatre

Key Information
  • Dates Tue 28 Nov 2023 - Thu 07 Dec 2023
  • Location Redgrave Theatre
  • Tickets

    From £12

  • Running Time

    Approx. 2hr and 45min including interval

  • Accessibility

    BSL Interpreted performance on Mon 4 Dec at 14.30. Signer: Sherrie Eugene-Hart.

Bring me these before the chime of midnight in three days' time…

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Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by James Lapine
Originally Directed on Broadway by James Lapine
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Directed by Atri Banerjee
Designed by Ken Harrison
Musical Direction by Jon Beales

Kickstart your festive celebrations with Sondheim’s timeless masterpiece, INTO THE WOODS.

Upon discovering that a witch has cursed their family, the Baker and his Wife must locate a list of curious ingredients in order to break the spell in this dark and comedic adventure. Along the way they discover princes, magic beans, red cloaks and just how happy-ever-after might not always be, well, happy… Featuring a host of familiar fairy tale characters and a captivating score, this spellbinding musical will enchant you at Christmastime.

Suitable for ages 8+. Please see the Content Advisories dropdown for more information.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International. All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.co.uk 

Cast

Narrator/Mysterious Man – Sol Taibi
Cinderella – Laura-Jennifer Banks
Jack/Cinderella’s Father – Jesse Dunbar
Jack’s Mum/Cinderella’s Stepmother – Alyssa Thabisile Sibanda
Baker – Fletcher Garrard
Baker’s Wife – Roxanne Morgan
Florinda/Granny/Cinderella’s Mother – Molly Hanly
Lucinda/Giant – Shaniya Hira
Little Red – Isobel Twist
Witch – Olivia Hemmati
Wolf/Cinderella’s Prince – Jamie de Villiers
Rapunzel – Niamh Keller
Rapunzel’s Prince/Steward – Nuhazet Diaz Cano

One of my favourite parts about BOVTS is that it feels ‘homegrown’. From the set to the costume, lighting, acting and sound, every single aspect of a theatre production or film is down to the students. The location of Clifton is so serene and the School being so small everyone knows each other and it feels so personal and special. Violet Morris, BA Professional Acting Student