The Hunchback of Notre Dame
About The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Paris, 1831. As the threat of revolution looms over the city, a traveling band of players return to tell Victor Hugo’s classic tale of survival, injustice, and love.
Paris, 1482. In the shadows of Notre Dame Cathedral, a priest and a hunchback both fall for the mysterious and beautiful Esmerelda, who desires only to find her long-lost mother. When the unhappy pair take matters into their own hands they set off a chain of events that no one can control.
Soon revolution sweeps through the streets of Paris and the mob breaks against the walls of the cathedral. Will the hunchback find true love? Will the priest surrender his soul? And will it take the people of Paris to save Esmerelda?
Immerse yourself at the court of miracles and experience this enchanting production for the whole family, nestled in the tranquil gardens of St. Paul’s Church. Featuring ornate costumes and live music, the promenade production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame is not to be missed this Summer!
Join the Left Bank Players and be transported to the colourful world of medieval Paris, brought to life in Benjamin Polya’s brand new adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel.
From the 2017 Off West End Offie Award Winning producers of Treasure Island.