The year is 1962 and C.S. Lewis, the famous British author, is in the twilight years of his life. He is hosting a group of American writers at his home just outside of Oxford. They have come to hear him speak about the significant events and the people that shaped his life.
As it is Christmas time, Lewis also reflects on how he views this festive season. As one would expect from a gifted speaker, the audience is treated to a display of oratory and humor that made Lewis one of England's most famous public speakers.
Payne's powerful, yet intimate portrayal allows you to spend an enthralling evening with a man whose books have literally changed millions of lives.
You will laugh, you will rejoice, you may even cry and you will certainly leave celebrating a great author who gave the world the Narnia Chronicles and a Christian legacy that few others can match.