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The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Streaming at specific show times
Monday - Sunday at 7:00pm
Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2:30pm

  • Streaming Event

Special Notes:

Tickets (viewing passes) for this streaming event are $25

Tickets for streaming performances are sold through Stellar Tickets.
If you have technical issues or questions regarding accessing this event, please contact Stellar Tickets directly.

This enchanting new musical explores the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers. This gripping family-friendly story sees father and daughter heal their relationship to work together, enchanted brooms come to life and love blossom anew. 

Acclaimed British musical theatre writers Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost have created this new twist on the timeless poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which also inspired the Dukas symphony that memorably featured in the Disney film Fantasia

Streaming performances will run March 26th until April 11th with specific ticket times. Limited streaming tickets are available for each performance so act fast to experience the magic of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

  • Monday – Sunday evenings at 7:00pm ET / 4:00pm PT
  • Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2:30pm ET / 11:30am PT

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice is suitable for ages 8+.

Photo Credits Above:
Left to right: Vicki Lee Taylor, Ryan Pidgen, Dawn Hope (Lamia Lydekker), Tom Bales and Kayleigh Thadani.
Left to right: Dawn Hope (Lamia Lydekker), David Thaxton (Johan Gottel), Mary Moore (Eva Gottel), Marc Pickering (Fabian Lydekker), Yazdan Qafouri (Erik Sondersson) and Nicola Blackman (Greta Arno).
Front row: Vicki Lee Taylor, Marc Pickering (Fabian Lydekker), Kayleigh Thadani. Back row: Ryan Pidgen and Tom Bales. Back left: David Thaxton (Johan Gottel)
Left to right: Mary Moore (Eva Gottel), David Thaxton (Johan Gottel) and Yazdan Qafouri (Erik Sondersson)
Left to right, front: Vicki Lee Taylor, Marc Pickering (Fabian Lydekker), Kayleigh Thadani. Left to right, back: Tom Bales and Ryan Pidgen.


View Cast & Creative

Tom Bales
Nicola Blackman
Dawn Hope
Mary Moore
Marc Pickering
Ryan Pidgen
Yazdan Qafouri
Vicki Lee Taylor
Kayleigh Thadani
David Thaxton


Creative Team:

Charlotte Westenra

Richard Hough

Composer & Orchestrator
Ben Morales Frost

Musical Director
Alan Williams

Steven Harris

Puppetry Director
Scarlet Wilderink

Set & Costume Designer
Anna Kelsey

Lighting Designer
Clancy Flynn

Sound Designer
Ella Wahlstrom

Puppet Designer
Maia Kirkman-Richards

Magic Consultant
Scott Penrose

Production Manager
James Anderton

General Manager
Seabright Productions Ltd

Press Representative
Kevin Wilson PR

Publicity Design
Rebecca Pitt Creative

Associate Producer
King’s Head Theatre

James Seabright

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