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Seven Dwarves is at Parr Hall in Warrington from January 3-11.
Meanwhile, Bilbo and the dwarves travel through the treacherous 'Mirkwood,' where they succumb to an illusion, lose their path, and are attacked by giant spiders.
The dwarves gather their courage and set out on the arduous journey to the witch's fortress to free Jack and bring him back to Rose in the throne hall of Fantabularasa Castle.
The next passage, from the second chapter of the published Hobbit, describes the Bridge of Mitheithel that Bilbo and the Dwarves cross during a storm as they journey to the Lonely Mountain.
Gandalf goes off to investigate the mysterious Necromancer, meanwhile Thorin continues to lead his dwarves on their quest to rightfully reclaim their Lonely Mountain kingdom from Smaug the dragon.
The dangerous and mysterious Elves of Mirkwood have no love for the Dwarves, and the Men of Laketown are no different.
The numerous dwarves remain relatively anonymous and, with the nicely-maturing Bilbo (Martin Freeman) and the ageing Ian McKellen as Gandalf both going AWOL, there's little to really stir the heart.
Bard (Luke Evans), a bargeman, ferries Bilbo and the Dwarves to corrupt Laketown, in the shadow of Erebor.
The story is slow to get going but once the tragic situation of the court dwarves starts to escalate, Jepp's determination to prove himself kickstarts the story and we start to empathise with this unusual hero; his struggle to assert his rights to respect, education and love, is very moving.
Ahmed, who refuses to give his full name, is one of Egypt's 70,000 dwarves, who are constantly having a hard time.
That involves quite a long tranch of history, explaining how the dwarves were driven out of their fortress city of Erebor by Smaug the fearsome, fire-breathing dragon.
Dwarves, hobbits, elves, orcs, goblins and wizards populate the 3D screen as the adventure - spread over three movies - begins.