Narnia themed Christmas Lights on Regent Street to be switched on

Posted on 28 October 2010
By Oliver Logan
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Return to Narnia this Christmas as Regent Street’s festive activities celebrate the cinema release of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader World famous shopping destination Regent Street, London, W1 is pleased to announce this year’s Christmas lights will have a Narnian-theme to celebrate the eagerly anticipated release of the 3-D family blockbluster. It will be an awesome site with the flags on the flagpoles flying and the lights filling the sky.

On Tuesday 9 November 2010 from 5pm there will be fun and entertainment for all the family, culminating with the countdown to the all-important switch-on moment when the skies will be lit to herald the start of the Christmas season.

Hosted by Jamie Theakston & Harriet Scott from London’s Heart 106.2, the full line-up of stars attending the event will be announced shortly.

After the event shoppers can take time to experience the recently opened flagship shops along Regent Street; Gant, National Geographic, Ferrari, Banana Republic, Armani Exchange and Anthropologie next to British heritage brands, Jaeger, Aquascutum, Liberty, Burberry and Penhaligon’s.

For a relaxed lunch or post switch-on drinks why not visit the Regent Street food quarters in Swallow Street and Heddon Street. Enjoy lunch or dinner whilst taking in a roof top view book a table at Aqua and experience either Japanese (Aqua Kyoto) or Spanish (Aqua Nueva) cuisine.

Released on 9 December 2010 and for the first time in digital 3D, the magic and adventure of Narnia returns to the big screen with The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Directed by Michael Apted, this exciting new chapter in the Narnia saga reunites Georgie Henley and Skandar Keynes with Ben Barnes (Dorian Gray).

Joining them on their fantastical journey is Will Poulter (Son of Rambow). Liam Neeson (The A-Team) plays the voice of Aslan, while Simon Pegg (Star Trek) voices the valiant ‘warrior mouse’ Reepicheep.