‘Narnia Night’ slated to celebrate, discuss C. S. Lewis’ works
WILMORE, KY—On Friday, April 25, audiences can attend Asbury College’s second ‘Narnia Night’ to explore the newest addition to C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia films, Prince Caspian. The event begins at 7 p.m. in Hughes Memorial Auditorium.
Narnia Night provides the audience an opportunity to enter the world of Narnia through media and Lewis scholars. The evening includes a presentation by Lewis scholar, author, and Asbury College professor Dr. Devin Brown. Also, Clayton Ferguson, formerly of Walden Media and currently with The Becker Group, will share exclusive sneak peaks into the upcoming Narnia Museum Exhibit that will be traveling internationally for the next five years.
During the event, participants may purchase a limited number of discounted tickets for a local showing of Disney’s movie.
As fans enter the auditorium, which will be transformed into the realm of Narnia, actors in costume will play roles of characters from the film to entertain guests. Narnia fans are invited to a reception immediately following the presentations in the Student Center to purchase Narnia books and a special Aslan art exhibit by Christian Aylor.
Admission is free and open to the general public.
Narnia night is part of Asbury’s Engaging Culture Weekend, which is made possible through the Lilly Grant and a number of other generous sponsors. Professor Greg Bandy and Asbury College Communications Department students are producing the events for the weekend.