Coming to Stewarton this Christmas…


You may have enjoyed reading The Chronicles of Narnia books by C.S. Lewis or seen the movies… now Narnia is coming to John Knox church as part of our Christmas celebrations!

Set during World War II four children are evacuated to a country house where they will be safe. One day Lucy finds a wardrobe that transports her to a magical winter world called Narnia. She soon returns with her siblings Peter, Susan and Edmund where they join the majestic lion, Aslan, in the fight against the evil White Witch.

The Narnia Experience is a walk-through interactive theatre experience for all the family to journey to Narnia where 'it is always winter but never Christmas’.

Groups will be guided through the story of good conquering evil, and feel part of the action. Come with Lucy and meet Mr Tumnus, the Beavers, the evil White Witch, and perhaps even Father Christmas!


Thursday 28th - Saturday 30th November 2019.


Booking can only be made online in advance and tickets will not be available at the door. Groups shall be guided through in 10 minute intervals with the tour lasting around 20 minutes.

Get your FREE tickets early so as not to be disappointed as places are limited and likely to be snapped up quickly.


This is a family experience and all children must be accompanied by an adult. Please state how many children are in your group when booking. We’re sorry that no buggies can be taken through the Experience but a buggy park will be available.


There will be special performances on Friday 29th November between 1:30 - 2:30pm exclusively for those with a disability, a wheelchair, walking aids etc and the elderly to allow them to access the Experience at their own pace in small groups. Wheelchair users need an accompanying helper to aid them through the Experience (and need to transfer from motorised chairs). Should you have any further concerns or queries please contact us.