TUMNUS: Daughter of Eve, from the far land of Spare Oom where eternal summer reigns around the bright city of War Drobe, will you come and take tea with me? LUCY: Thank you, Mr Tumnus, but I ought to get back. TUMNUS: It’s only just around the corner. There’ll be a roaring fire – and toast – and sardines – and cake. LUCY: Well, I can’t stay long. TUMNUS: Take my arm, Daughter of Eve. I’ll hold my umbrella over both of us. That’s the way. Now – off we go. My humble home. After you, Daughter of Eve.
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe – Duologue – 9 – 13 Yrs
LUCY finds a secret entrance through a wardrobe in her uncle’s house into the magical World of Narnia, a place which is always winter and never Christmas. Here she meets a faun, MR TUMNUS, who invites her to his home for tea.