One for all and all for one! The Three Musketeers are making a comeback in a new stage adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ classic story at Malvern Theatres from Tuesday, November 2.
The story follows young sword-fighter D'Artagnan and his trusty companion Constance as they embark on an epic quest to save Paris - and a pregnant Princess - from the clutches of the evil Cardinal and a monstrous creature who suffers from serious mood-swings.
Along the way they must enlist the help of the legendary Three Musketeers, but rumour has it they’ve gone to seed, gone past their sell-by date and gone into hiding. The adventure unfolds as D’Artagnan and Constance race against the clock to track them down in time to save the day.
Set amidst the crumbling underworld of 17th century Paris, this brand new adaptationshows the Three Musketeers in their darkest, cheekiest and most unconventional guise yet. Their surreal world is inhabited by a range of weird and wonderfully garish creatures and incorporates enchanted forests, lost streams and a pristine, magical palace.
The Three Musketeers and The Princess of Spain runs from Tuesday till Saturday, November 2 to 6. Family tickets are available from 01684 892277 or at malvern-theatres.co.uk