502 London*

  • Introduction
  • Posters
  • Handbills
  • Brochures
  • Postcard Sets
  • Promotional DVDs
  • Virgin Atlantic Amenity Bag
  • Tickets
  • Performance Programs
  • Oversized Souvenir Programme
  • The Official Stage Companion
  • Soundtrack
  • LOTR Board Game
  • Other Souvenirs

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Production

Introduction

For some background on the LOTR Stage Musical, see the General Introduction and Resources section at the beginning of the companion page, Stage Musical 1 Toronto. Also be sure to check out the Official Lord of the Rings Musical website.

Posters

I have not been able to collect any posters from the London performances of the musical. From the occasional eBay auctions  of posters, there are sets that use the same overall design as the two postcard sets shown below. There are also versions of a dark blue poster with the “Unleash Your Imagination” slogan and the woven branch LOTR logo mark; and a red poster with the “This Show is a Wonder” review quotation, branch logo mark, and faces of Boromir and Galadriel.

Handbills

Title: Unleash Your Imagination.

Format: Single panel, double sided, on cardstock.

Dimensions: 10cm W x 21cm H.  3.875″ W x 8.25″ H.

Front: Title, LOTR logo, information on Drury Lane Theatre and Kevin Wallace Limited Production.

Back: Description, pricing and performance schedule, ticket sales.

Notes: Main color, dark blue.

Title: The Musical Spectacular.

Dimensions: 7.5cm W x 10.5 H. 2.875″ W x 4.125″ H.

Format: One panel, double sided, on medium-weight paper.

Front: “2 top price theatre tickets for the price of 1”; LOTR logo; body shot of Arwen in foreground with smaller shot of Legolas in the background; “Theatrical Magic”; title; information on Drury Theatre and booking phone number for Show Pairs.

Notes: Main color, green.

Brochures

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Flyer #1 ~ Virgin Atlantic Amenities Kit

Title: Unleash Your Imagination.

Dimensions, Folded: 10cm W x 18cm H.  4″ W x 7.125″ H.

Dimensions, Unfolded: 20cm W x 18cm H.  8″ W x 7.125″ H.

Format: Double panel, double sided, on heavy paper.

Front: Title, LOTR logo, RingWraith on horse, information on Drury Lane Theatre.

Notes: Main color, dark blue. Uses photo of the Toronto cast Galadriel. This smaller-sized brochure was packaged in the Virgin Atlantic Amenities Bag.

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Flyer #2

Title: Unleash Your Imagination.

Dimensions, Folded: 10cm W x 21cm H.  3.875″ W x 8.25″ H.

Dimensions, Unfolded: 20cm W x 21cm H.  7.75″ W x 8.25″ H.

Format: Double panel, double sided, on heavy paper.

Front: Title, LOTR logo, information on Drury Lane Theatre and partners (Capital Radio, O-2, and The Times).

Notes: Main color, dark blue. Uses photo of the Toronto cast Galadriel. There are two different back panel versions. Both contain booking information on performance times, and parking and public transport information. One contains additional information sections on seat prices, group sales, corporate hospitality, and access.

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Flyer #3

Title: This Show is a Wonder.

Dimensions, Folded: 10cm W x 21cm H.  3.875″ W x 8.25″ H.

Dimensions, Unfolded: 29.5cm W x 21cm H.  11.625″ W x 8.25″ H.

Format: Three panels, double sided, on heavy paper.

Front: Title; LOTR logo; head-shot photos of Strider on the left and Galadriel on the right, and a battle scene with orcs in between; “Astonishing”; information on Drury Theatre.

Notes: Main color, red.

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Flyer #4

Title: The Musical Spectacular.

Dimensions, Folded: 10cm W x 21cm H.  3.875″ W x 8.25″ H.

Dimensions, Unfolded: 29.5cm W x 21cm H.  11.625″ W x 8.25″ H.

Format: Three panels, double sided, on heavy paper.

Front: LOTR logo; body shot of Arwen in foreground with smaller shot of Legolas in the background; title; information on Drury Theatre. There are two different back panel versions. Both contain booking information on performance times, and parking and public transport information. One contains additional information sections on seat prices, and group sales.

Notes: Main color, green.

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Flyer #5 (Oversized)

Title: The Musical Spectacular.

Dimensions, Folded: 10cm W x 29.5cm H.  3.875″ W x 11.625″ H.

Dimensions, Unfolded: 29.7cm W x 29.5cm H.  11.75″ W x 11.625″ H.

Format: Three oversized panels, double sided, on light cardstock.

Front: LOTR logo; body shot of Galadriel in foreground with smaller shot of Boromir in the background; title; information on Drury Theatre.

Notes: Main colors on front, gold and orange. Main color on back, brown. Main colors on inside: green, red, and blue.

Postcard Sets

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Postcard Set #1

Title: The Musical Spectacular.

Items in Set: 4 postcards.

Dimensions: 10.5cm W x 14.8cm H.  4.125″ W x 5.875″ H.

Format: Single panel, double sided, on cardstock.

Fronts: (1) Green: Body shot of Arwen in foreground and smaller body shot of Legolas in background.  (2)  Orange: Body shot of Galadriel in foreground and smaller body shot of Boromir in background.  (3) Blue: Body shot of Gandalf in foreground and smaller body shot of Gollum in background.  (4) Red: Body shot of Strider in foreground and smaller body shots of Frodo and Sam in background.

Back: The content on the back is the same for all 4 postcards. “The Lord of the Rings. The legend is reborn on stage. Tickets from £15. Book online at lotr.com.” Details on photos and video clips online, and on Kevin Wallace Production.

Notes: Similar artwork and compositions are found in some of the London flyers and posters.

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Postcard Set #2

Title: Now On Stage.

Items in Set: 7 postcards.

Dimensions: 10.5cm W x 14.8cm H.  4.125″ W x 5.875″ H.

Format: Single panel, double sided, on cardstock.

Fronts: Background color off-white; photographs slightly washed out and printed with light sepia tone. (1) LOTR logo.  (2) Full body shot of Frodo with Gandalf.  (3) Head shot of Galadriel.  (4) Full body shot of Legolas.  (5) Full body shot of Arwen with Strider.  (6) Group shot of all four Hobbits.  (7) Head shot of Boromir.

Back: The content on the back is the same for all 7 postcards. “The magic of The Lord of the Rings is now on stage at the legendary Theatre royal Drury Lane in a stunning new production featuring a company of over 70 actors, singers and musicians. An amazing theatrical event, the production uses the very latest in special effect and ingenious design to transport you directly to the world of Middle-earth A breathtaking journey of wonder and enchantment, hope and discovery, friendship and loyalty – experience The Lord of the Rings like never before.” LOTR logo. Details on booking tickets and viewing exclusive online footage.

Notes: Similar artwork and compositions are found in some of the London flyers and posters.

Promotional DVDs

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Promotional DVDs

Click on the following link to download a PDF document with an index of segments on these and the Toronto Promotional DVDs.

LOTR Stage Musical – Promo DVDs – Indexes

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Promo DVD #1

London “Orange” Promo DVD – “This Show is a Wonder”

This promo DVD was packaged inside an orange cardstock gatefold brochure (approximately 6″ x 8.25”). The DVD lasts 17 minutes and 17 seconds. It is hosted by Laura Michelle Kelly, who plays the role of Galadriel. It focuses on the main characters, audience interactions (as this was an “immersion experience”), and performances.

  • Introduction of the stage production, characters, and action by Laura Michelle Kelly (Galadriel).
  • Interviews: Brent Carver (Gandalf), James Byng (Frodo), Peter Howe (Samwise), Ben Evans (Merry), Stuart Neal (Pippin), ensemble cast members interviewed about costuming, Steven Miller (Boromir), Michael Therriault (Gollum), Rosalie Craig (Arwen), and Robbie Scotcher (Strider).
  • Performances of Songs and Scenes: Hobbits of the Shire perform “The Cat and the Moon.” Arwen, Elves, and visitors at Rivendell perform “Star of Eärendil.” Galadriel and Gollum entrances in Act 2. Moria and the death of Gandalf. Galadriel performs “Lothlórien.” Sam and Frodo perform “Now and For Always.” Mount Doom and Frodo claims the Ring; Frodo and Gollum fight, and Gollum falls to his doom. Galadriel and the army of allies perform “Wonder.”
  • Video Footage of Audiences. (During the performances, most audience shots are given in “night vision” which has a greenish-gray cast to it.) Audience reactions and interactions. Orcs roam in the audience. Outside the theatre, audience members give their reactions to the production, characters, music, etc.

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Promo DVD #2

London “Blue” Promo DVD – “One Ring to Rule Them All …”

This promo DVD is packaged inside a dark blue, multi-panel die-cut cardstock folder (7″ x 7″). The ingenious folder itself is a work of art, with panel overlapping onto panel, leading to the image of a Black Rider hidden underneath the other layers. (The image above shows the front view in an overlaid scan on the bottom right-hand side.) The DVD lasts 15 minutes and 04 seconds. This DVD includes rehearsal footage, and some live performances. However, it focuses primarily on fascinating pre-production details so we can learn how the creative team adapted the plot of the book to fit in and fill up the theatre space. It also includes some material from the premiere in Toronto and promotions for the then-forthcoming opening in London.

Rehearsals and Performances

  • Scene of a Hobbit running from Black Rider.
  • Rehearsals to perfect the look and motion mechanics for orcs, Ents, Black Riders, and Elves.
  • Rehearsal on a set where the floor has been painted or taped to show the divisions of the moving stage.
  • Rehearsals for specific musical numbers.
  • Pre-production montage: music composition, design of color scheme and costumes, music studios, singing, creative team meetings, stage design, cast selection, sound effects, Värttinä at the recording studio, character design, working stage model, Ent workshop.
  • The Premiere at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, including the red carpet arrival of creative team members (including Saul Zaentz, of Tolkien Enterprises fame), some key performances, and curtain call with cast and creative team.

Pre-Production Issues

  • Kevin Wallace (Producer), on people’s skepticism of how anyone could possibly put over 1,000 pages of text onto the stage in one evening; how they keep the action going; and the challenges of disciplining themselves NOT to go from climax to climax to climax, but instead to get inside the skins of the characters.
  • Matthew Warchus (Director), on what a theatrical production can do that book and film media formats cannot, how to work toward an archetypal story shape and activating audience imagination to create a strong piece of theatre instead of getting everything from the books onto the stage.
  • Peter Darling (Choreographer), on the value of this story, how the choreography differs here from a more conventional musical (by using actions based in real movements rather than on specific dance forms), and how challenging LOTR was because it is different from generic musical theatre, so they are constantly trying to find different ways of doing things. The interview section goes into a practice sequence using poles, stilts, and other unusual movement forms for conveying the action dramatically.
  • Rob Howell (Set and Costume Designer), on searching for organic textures – branches, leaves – for use in the stage design.
  • Shaun McKenna (Co-Writer), on keeping the spirit of the musical close to the spirit of the books, even when certain incidents or characters do not appear in the musical.
  • Christopher Nightingale (Orchestrator and Musical Supervisor), on blending the brittle Northern European sounds of Värttinä with the luxuriant Indian sounds of A.R. Rahman to create a global approach to the music.
  • A.R. Rahman (Composer), on what separates human beings from one another, and how, when you listen to the music, you forget about who made it or what the process was.
  • Värttinä (Composers) on the questions they are asked about the genre of their unique music.
  • Brent Carver (Gandalf), on the value of this story, and how this production is (paradoxically) both structured and yet open, so you have to take it moment by moment. (Yes, that doesn’t make much sense in print, but it does when you see and hear him talk about it in that particular interview.)
  • Carly Street (Arwen), on the beauty of the music and scenes, how this live experience differs from film, the theatricality of the books, and the storyline of personal relationships.
  • James Loye (Frodo), on how the musical seeks to capture the truth of the characters in every scene, despite its elaborate staging techniques and technical elements; and how this production is genre breaking – more of an epic show than just a musical.

Virgin Atlantic Amenity Bag

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London ~ Virgin Atlantic Amenties Kit

Virgin Atlantic made available an “Amenities Kit” to their customers to promote the Lord of the Rings musical. It included these items:

Zip-top clear vinyl carrying case (13cm H x 22cm W; 5″ H x 8.5″ W) with Virgin Atlantic logo and website.

Key ring – (5.5cm H x 8.5cm W; 2.125″ H x 3.25″ W). Blue side: The Lord of the Rings logo and slogan “Unleash Your Imagination.” Gold side: The Long of the Rings logo with details: “Live on stage at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London” plus the official website for the LOTR musical and See Tickets, which managed ticket sales.

Red toothbrush and cover, plus toothpaste mini-tube (approximately 1.5cm W x 5.5cm H – travel-size for Hobbits?). Both feature the Virgin Atlantic design of a jet flying out of a cloudline.

Red eye covers with white LOTR musical logo.

Red stockings with white LOTR musical logo.

Donation envelope for Change for Children, “Bringing hope to children around the world.” The back of the envelope says, “Your small change can bring hope to so many children. The Change for children appeal uses your small change to make a big difference to the lives of disadvantaged children around the world. To help, simply place your spare change (whatever currency) in this envelope and seal before handing to a member of the cabin crew.” This is for the Virgin Atlantic Foundation Registered No. 1097580.

Gold-colored ballpoint pen with – each in white – Virgin Atlantic logo, See Tickets website address, and LOTR musical logo.

“Unleash Your Imagination” flyer, 4″ wide x 7″ tall. From the back panel: “The magic of The Lord of the Rings comes to life in a stunning new stage production featuring a company of over 70 actors, singers and musicians. An amazing spectacle, this astonishing production uses the very latest in special effects and ingenious design to transport you directly to the world of Middle-earth. A breathtaking journey of wonder and enchantment, hope and discover, friendship and loyalty – experience The Lord of the Rings like never before.”

Tickets

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Ticket

Title: Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Format: Single panel, double sided, on cardstock.

Dimensions: 14.3cm W x 8.3cm H.  5.625″ W x 3.25″ H.

Front: Title; LOTR; day, date, and time; seat number; price; ordering data and booking reference.

Back: Description, pricing and performance schedule, ticket sales.

Notes: Main colors, peach, yellow, and white; black pre-printed lettering; black printing.

According to the official website, tickets for London performances ranged between £15-£60.

Performance Programmes

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Theatre Programmes

Title: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Programme.

Format: Stapled booklet with cardstock cover and glossy newsprint pages. Cover plus 48 pages (May/June 2007 edition).  Pages are unnumbered.  The edition date is found on the third printed (inside) page.

Dimensions: 17cm W x 24cm H.  6.75″ W x 9.375″ H.

Front: LOTR logo; pen-and-ink sketch of the Drury Lane Theatre, with watercolour accents; title.

Notes: Main color, off-white with autumn-tone watercolors. According to the first printed (inside) page, the front cover illustration is by Lucinda Rogers.

The production ran from May 9, 2007, through July 19, 2008. The two editions I have are dated May/June 2007. One of them is from opening night. It has an over-cover showing the LOTR logo, and full-length shots of the main cast members. From left to right they are: Galadriel, Gimli, Legolas, Boromir, Gandalf, Strider, the four Hobbits, and Arwen. This artwork composite is repeated on the back cover. The inside of the over-cover shows a large, washed-out version of the LOTR logo, printed in tints and shades of yellow. There are three differences between the opening night programme and the standard version used immediately thereafter:

1. Right-hand side of the center page with information on understudies, orchestra, and the three acts in the production.

  • Standard programme – Includes the LOTR logo.
  • Opening night programme – Does not include the LOTR logo, and uses that additional space to the list the musical numbers and their performers in each act.

2. The type size on the cast and crew bios is smaller, which means there are slight differences in the overall layout of the bios, but the content appears to be the same.

3. The back inside cover advertisement for the musical Chicago uses different photos in each edition.

Other editions of the programme booklet were issued after June 2007. I do not yet have copies of these editions, but from one listing on eBay UK, there are minor differences on the cover. The LOTR logo and artwork are the same. The small logo at the bottom of the cover and the “deck” are different. The May/June 2007 edition uses a black and white circle logo for Really Useful Theatres, with a Swiss army knife in the center. This later edition has no circle around the Swiss army knife, which is colored red, black, and white. The deck on the May/June 2007 edition reads: “Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Programme.” The later one ads the logo phrase: “A Really Useful Group Theatre.”

I believe a special programme was produced for the final London performances. As best I can recall, it had either a special over-cover and/or velum insert pages, plus some kind of printed “thank you” message included. I have only seen this listed on eBay once.

Oversized Souvenir Programme

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Souvenir Programme (Oversized)

Title: LOTR Wordmark/Logo.

Format: Stapled oversized booklet with high-quality printed laminated cardstock cover and 44 semi-glossy pages. Pages unnumbered. Every page spread features photography that covers the full two-page layout. The back cover has an additional fold-out flap. This gives an outer two-page spread with a synopsis by Laurie Battle on each of the three acts. The inner two-page spread is a close-up map of the west side of Middle-earth, showing from the Blue Mountains and Grey Havens on the west to Mordor and Mount Doom on the east.

Dimensions: 24cm W x 34cm H.  13.5″ W x 9.375″ H.

Front: LOTR logo; no text.

Back: The One Ring image; no text.

Notes: Main color, dark blue. Original price, £10.00.

There is at least one other edition of the souvenir programme, published to accompany the Toronto production. From photographs that appear in the very rare listings of it on eBay, it seems to be nearly identical to the London edition, with a few exceptions of page layouts and using photos only from the Toronto production.

There is another edition from the London production that I have only seen listed on eBay twice, but do not have a copy yet. It was apparently available at the London premiere, and is the same large size and about 40 pages. The cover includes two lines of text at the top (“Unleash Your // Imagination”), the LOTR logo in the middle, and two lines of white text at the bottom (“From 9 May 2007 // Royal Theatre Drury Lane” at the bottom. (Perhaps it uses photographs from Toronto performances until the souvenir programme could be updated with photos from London performances?)

See additional document (forthcoming) for description of page layouts.

The Official Stage Companion

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London ~ The Official Stage Companion

Title: The Lord of the Rings: The Official Stage Companion, by Gary Russell.

Publication Data: HarperCollins Publishers, ISBN 978-0-00-721908-7, copyright 2007. List Price: £20.00.

Format: Hardcover book, 160 pages, most page layouts with full-colour photos. (There are over 100 colour photos and design images.)

Dimensions of Book Cover: 19.5cm W x 25cm H x 1.7cm D.  7.625″ W x 10″ H x .625″ D.

Dimensions of Pages: 19cm W x 24.5cm H.  7.5″ W x 9.625″ H.

Front: LOTR logo; title and author.

Back: “The illustrated guide to The Lord of the Rings stage production”; RingWraith on horse; two paragraphs of description; purchase details.

Chapters: The Journey Begins, Director, Writer, Producer, Script, Workshops, Music, Design, Stage, The Balrog, The Ents, Green Light, Performance, Weaponry & Props, Choreography, The Spider, Afterword, Credits.

Notes: Main colors, medium brown and dark blue with tinted yellow lettering.

Official Publisher Webpage: HarperCollins – The Lord of the Rings: The Official Stage Companion.

Original London Production Soundtrack

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Original Production Soundtrack

Title: The Lord of the Rings: Original London Production.

Publication Data: Kevin Wallace Music, ISBN 978-0-00-721908-7, copyright 2007. Price: £11.99 (Amazon UK), $27.98 (Amazon US).

Format: Hardcover booklet, 52 pages, CD and DVD each in paper page shields. CD has 18 tracks in stereo. DVD has 19 tracks in 5.1 surround sound and also contains bonus features.

Dimensions of Book Cover: 14.2cm W x 12.5cm H x 12cm D.  5.625″ W x 4.875″ H x .5″ D.

Dimensions of Pages: 13cm W x 11.8cm H.  5.125″ W x 4.625″ H.

Front: “Original London Production”; LOTR logo; list of music composers and lyricists.

Back: Track lists for Disc 1 (CD) and Disc 2 (DVD); purchase details. (See below for full track lists.)

Notes: Main colors, red, orange, yellow, and white with gold lettering on the front, and yellow and white lettering on the back. Project sponsored by Jet Airways, “India’s premier airline.”

iTunes Website for Downloading this Album. iTunes release date: March 11, 2008.

Composer and Lyricist Details: Music composed by A.R. Rahman, Värttinä, and Christopher Nightingale. Lyrics by Shaun McKenna and Matthew Warchus, based upon the books by J.R.R. Tolkien.

CD Track List:

  1. Prologue (‘Lasto I Lamath’)
  2. The Road Goes On
  3. Saruman
  4. The Cat And The Moon
  5. Flight To The Ford
  6. The Song Of Hope
  7. Star of Eärendil
  8. Lament for Moria
  9. The Golden Wood
  10. Lothlórien
  11. The Siege Of The City Of Kings
  12. Now And For Always
  13. Gollum/Sméagol
  14. The Song Of Hope (Duet)
  15. Wonder
  16. The Final Battle
  17. Epilogue (Farewells)
  18. Finale

DVD contains all 18 tracks found on the CD, plus a bonus track, The Song Of Hope (Duet), alternative version.

LOTR Board Game

Inspired by The Lord of the Rings Stage Production

LOTR Stage Musical ~ London Souvenir Board Game

Details to be added.

Sophisticated Games Official Website.

Other Souvenir Items

  • Round mouse mat/mousepad, with the LOTR logo in the center; the text, “A New Legend is Born” around the top edge; and the LOTR website http://www.lotr.com around the bottom edge. Text on the packaging says, “Experience the Drama Like Never Before.”
  • Round magnet that is a miniature version of the text and artwork of the mouse mat/mousepad. Main color, dark blue.
  • Round metal keyring. Appears to be enameled metal. Main color, dark blue.
  • Round metal keyring. No enamel or other material. Main color, pewter.
  • Gift bag with handles (one available from Toronto says, “A New Legend is Born, World Premiere, Toronto 2006, http://www.lotr.com).
  • Cardstock fan with the text, “The Fellowship of the Ring” at the very top, full length shots of major characters underneath that, the LOTR logo below that, “Theatre Royal Drury Lane” next, and a small Really Useful Theatres logo at the very bottom. From left to right: Galadriel, Gimli, Legolas, Boromir, the four Hobbits, Gandalf, Strider, Arwen. 28cm W x 17.5 cm H; approximately 11″ W x 7″ H. Main color, off-white.
  • Mug with LOTR logo. Main color, dark blue.
  • Black T-shirt with round patch of LOTR logo on front side in the center. Main color, dark blue.

There may be other souvenir items I am not yet aware of.

Virgin Atlantic made available an “Amenities Kit” to their customers to promote the Lord of the Rings musical. It included these items:

Zip-top clear vinyl carrying case (13cm H x 22cm W; 5″ H x 8.5″ W) with Virgin Atlantic logo and website.

Key ring – (5.5cm H x 8.5cm W; 2.125″ H x 3.25″ W). Blue side: The Lord of the Rings logo and slogan “Unleash Your Imagination.” Gold side: The Long of the Rings logo with details: “Live on stage at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London” plus the official website for the LOTR musical and See Tickets, which managed ticket sales.

Red toothbrush and cover, plus toothpaste mini-tube (approximately 1.5cm W x 5.5cm H – travel-size for Hobbits?). Both feature the Virgin Atlantic design of a jet flying out of a cloudline.

Red eye covers with white LOTR musical logo.

Red stockings with white LOTR musical logo.

Donation envelope for Change for Children, “Bringing hope to children around the world.” The back of the envelope says, “Your small change can bring hope to so many children. The Change for children appeal uses your small change to make a big difference to the lives of disadvantaged children around the world. To help, simply place your spare change (whatever currency) in this envelope and seal before handing to a member of the cabin crew.” This is for the Virgin Atlantic Foundation Registered No. 1097580.

Gold-colored ballpoint pen with – each in white – Virgin Atlantic logo, See Tickets website address, and LOTR musical logo.

“Unleash Your Imagination” flyer, 4″ wide x 7″ tall. From the back panel: “The magic of The Lord of the Rings comes to life in a stunning new stage production featuring a company of over 70 actors, singers and musicians. An amazing spectacle, this astonishing production uses the very latest in special effects and ingenious design to transport you directly to the world of Middle-earth. A breathtaking journey of wonder and enchantment, hope and discover, friendship and loyalty – experience The Lord of the Rings like never before.”