Roald Dahl on stage and screen, clockwise from top left: The Witches at the National Theatre, London; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at Leeds Playhouse; The Twits at the Curve, Leicester; The Enormous Crocodile at Leeds Playhouse (and bottom left); Mat
The Roald Dahl estate’s in-house theatre department, tasked with bringing the writer’s stories to life on stage for the audiences of today, explain how the stories are reinvented and what else is to come
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