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PLEASE NOTE: This is a promenade theatre production held outdoors at St Paul's/The Actor’s Church in the gardens, on both grass and concrete, with some scenes indoors.

About The Three Musketeers

Heroic deeds, epic duels and a lavish masquerade ball all come to life in a huge, outdoor adventure for all the family.

It’s 1626 and a young d’Artagnan sets out for Paris, determined to join the King’s Musketeers. There’s just one problem, women aren’t allowed. Undaunted, our heroine disguises herself as a man and manages to befriend the legendary Musketeer trio Athos, Aramis and Porthos.

The four fast friends are soon caught up in deadly plot involving the Queen, twelve diamonds studs and the safety of the entire French state. Will this mean war with England? Will all four of our heroes survive? And will anyone discover d’Artagnan’s secret?

Paul-Ryan Carberry direct’s Daniel Winder’s adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’s classic novel as you’ve never seen it before, featuring spectacular swordights choreographed by Roger Bartlett. Returning to Iris in 2018, Jenny Horsthuis stars as d’Artagnan.

PLEASE NOTE: Promenade productions take place outside, and will go ahead during adverse weather conditions (unless audience/cast safety is in question). The option to rebook in the event of a cancellation will be offered at the venue. Some performance areas require steps to access - any access requirements should be directed to the venue prior to booking.

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Suitable for ages 8+

There have been many retellings of The Three Musketeers through the ages: few have been as enjoyable as this.
The Reviews Hub
An evening of swashbuckling fun...
British Theatre Guide

Iris Theatre

St Paul's Church, London, - WC2E 9ED

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