The Point
The Berry Theatre

Written and Directed by Gavin Robertson

Performed by Katharine Mary

From the writer behind “Mata Hari-Female Spy”, “BOND!” and “Done To Death By Jove!”…

“Once there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy”.

So begins ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’, the first of C S Lewis’ seven “Chronicles of Narnia” ending with “The Last Battle” in which the Lion, Aslan creates the Real Narnia, and the four children pass into it to live for eternity in happiness.

Except they don’t – because one of them, Susan Pevensie, isn’t allowed!

This is a story about what might have happened to her after she was left behind.

When she first went through the wardrobe, Susan was 12. Now it’s 1967, and Susan is 39… just before Christmas…

“The tragic humour that emerges at times, all give this piece a depth beyond a mere character piece. Katharine Mary is an excellent performer”  - Fringe Review

 “Robertson and Mary together create a moving performance of beautiful clarity and precision” - TV Bomb

*All tickets are inclusive of a £1.50 restoration levy

Picture by Peter Mould

Design by Little Bird Creative

Event information


Saturday 13th April 7:30pm
Location: The Berry Theatre


1 hour 10 minutes


Full Price: £13.50

Suitable for

For ages 12 years +

Inclusive Performances

Fully accessible for wheelchair users
Free Personal Carer Ticket