It’s difficult to go wrong with CS Lewis’ timeless tale – it’s a story that many of us here in the UK have grown up with and hold fond memories of.

This revival, from director Michael Fentiman – based on the 2017 production by Sally Cookson – is absolutely magical; full of wonder and spectacle, it looks just like we imagined in our minds when we read the original novel.

There’s a lot of music in this production, although it remains very much a ‘play with songs’ as opposed to a musical. It opens with a moving rendition of ‘We’ll Meet Again’, setting the wartime scene as the Pevensie siblings are evacuated from London to Inverness during the Blitz.