Why See The Three Musketeers?
The swashbuckling classic!
Young d'Artagnan is determined to be a Musketeer. The only problem is, girls aren't allowed. Or are they?
Written in 1844 and adapted for the stage by Ivan Wilkinson, The Three Musketeers is set in Paris, France in the year 1626. Crime is rife, and the King's Musketeers are the most glamorous law enforcers and are known throughout the whole of France.
D'Artagnan is a young girl who has grown up listening to the heroic stories of the Musketeers and, desperate to join them, disguises herself as a man and heads to Paris. She manages to befriend the King's three most favorite Musketeers, Athos, Aramis and Porthos, but before long, danger strikes and it comes in the form of evil Cardinal Richelieu and his wily sidekick? Milady de Winter, who have discovered that the Queen is having an affair with the Duke of Buckingham. and the four friends find themselves uncovering a deadly plot that could put the Queen and the whole of France in peril.
Does this mean war with England? And will our heroes and heroine triumph? Get your tickets now to watch the plot, and all its duels and adventure unfold.
Opening night: 31 May 2019
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