Peter Pan archive


Book by: J M Barrie
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Archive listings for Peter Pan

Work type: Play.


The action will once again jump right off the stage - get ready to be amazed with the welcome return of the magical interactive 3D scene, which proved to be a highlight for audiences during last year's production of Snow White. With a sprinkling of fairy dust get ready to join Wendy, John and Michael as they leave St Helens behind, flying past the second star to the right and straight to Neverland, to enjoy daring adventures battling the evil Captain Hook and his hapless henchman. Get set to go on a swashbuckling adventure full of Pirates, Fairies, Lost Boys, Indians, and of course one tick-tocking crocodile, in this timeless classic tale about the Boy Who Never Grew Up.Producer Regal Entertainment Ltd. Director Chantelle Nolan. Choreographer Nazene Langfield. Music Callum Clarke (musical supervisor). Author Si Foster. Performer Louis Emerick (Captain Hook). Performer Kristina Rihanoff (Tinker Bell). Performer Lewis Devine (Peter Pan). Performer Georgina Parkinson. Performer Si Foster.
8 Dec 18 to 13 Jan 19Theatre Royal, St Helens :: V546
listing details L01512996021


This reimagining of Barrie's magical story sees John returning from the WW1 battlefields in the early Autumn of 1918 to find No. 14 Kensington Gardens transformed; the Lost Boys, once soldiers, recuperate in the nursery, Michael is an unkempt rascal and Wendy is a suffragist too busy campaigning for votes for women to sew on shadows! All is topsy-turvy until Peter Pan flies through the window to transport them all back to Neverland for a final battle with Hook.Presented byMCS Theatre Academy. Adapted by Joanne Pearce.
5 Jul 18 to 7 Jul 18The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L1046883548


Packed with puppetry and enough theatrical magic to enchant both young and old alike, our spellbinding reinvention of Peter Pan is back. For the wounded soldiers of World War One, imagination is their only escape. Yet as they're transported to the fantastical lagoons and pirate ships of Never Land, allegories of the war they've left behind are ever present. George Llewelyn Davies, later killed in action in 1915, was one of the children who inspired J. M. Barrie to create the iconic character of Peter Pan. Remembering him, and a generation of Lost Boys, Timothy Sheader and Liam Steel'' "stunning, moving, definitive production is not to be missed" (Time Out)Producer Open Air Theatre Regent's Park. Director Tim Sheader. Director Liam Steel. Design Jon Bausor. Lighting Rick Fisher. Costume Jon Morrell. Design Rachael Canning (puppet designer). Sound Nick Lidster (for Autograph). Musical Director Candida Caldicot.
17 May 18 to 15 Jun 18Open Air Theatre, West End :: V403
listing details L0845926560


Director Daniel William Bell. Musical Director Mark Webber. Choreographer Claire Cassidy. Performer Kevin James. Performer Jimmy Burton-Iles. Performer Ben Parsley. Performer Rob Houchen. Performer Emilie du Leslay.
1 Dec 17 to 31 Dec 17The Playhouse, Harlow :: V40
listing details L1408890048


JM Barrie's endearing tale of the boy who wouldn't grow up comes to Stage 1 this year. Whisked away to Neverland, Wendy, Michael and John enter a world of magic and mischief where Peter Pan's arch enemy Captain Hook lies in wait. The famous fairy story has delighted and enchanted both young and young at heart for many years. Everyone wants to be Peter, or Wendy, or Tinkerbell, or a lost boy, or even Captain Hook but as that's not possible why don't you do the next best thing and join us in the darkly joyous world of Neverland? With faith and trust and fairy dust you too can fly with Peter to a world where time stands still and where Peter, sadly, must remain forever. Includes parts of the narrative from JM Barrie's novel Peter and Wendy. Do bring with you a loved one, your grandparents, the family, a child and definitely a handkerchief. We dare you not to laugh and cry at this awfully big adventure.Producer JS Productions.
21 Jun 17 to 24 Jun 17Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L01337765967


Magical, charming and poignant, this production will capture the hearts of those who already love the classic story as well as those coming to it for the first time. A highly recommended show from the company who, last December, gave Penzance its panto, Duffy Beats the Devil.Company Scary Little Girls.
26 Sep 16 to 30 Sep 16Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872
listing details L445900552
22 Sep 16Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259
listing details L01287858919


Using Barrie's original script, this is the classic British tale of the boy who refuses to grow up and the Darling family's adventure in Neverland.Producer Open Air Theatre Regent's Park. Director Tim Sheader. Director Liam Steel. Design Jon Bausor. Lighting Rick Fisher. Costume Jon Morrell. Sound Nick Lidster. Musical Director Candida Caldicot. Performer Hiran Abeysekera (Peter Pan). Performer David Birrell (Captain Hook). Performer Beverly Rudd (Smee). Performer George Bukhari (Nibs). Performer Kae Alexander (Wendy). Performer Patrick Osborne (John). Performer Thomas Dennis (Michael). Performer Rachel Donovan (Tinker Bell). Performer Eben Figueiredo (Tootles). Performer Thomas Pickles (Slighty). Performer Richard James-Neale (Curly). Performer Jacob James Beswick (Jacob James Beswick (Twin). Performer Chris Lew Kum Hoi (Twin). Performer Carl Prekopp (Gentleman Starkey). Performer Okorie Chukwu. Performer Owain Gwynn. Performer Jonathan Holby (Pirate). Performer Arthur Kyeyune (Pirate). Performer Melanie Pappenheim (musician). Performer Daniel Bradley (musician). Performer Candida Caldicot (musician). Performer Zands Duggan (musician). Performer Tamara Young (musician). Performer Joe Swain (Show Climber).
15 May 15 to 14 Jun 15Open Air Theatre, West End :: V403
listing details L01286670616


Bloomsbury, London, 1904. Join Wendy, John and Michael Darling as they re-count their wonderful, action packed adventures in Neverland. Stories of Lost Boys, Indians, Mermaids, Crocodiles and Pirates unfold before your eyes in a magical land, free from grown-up rules. The enchanting story of the boy who refuses to grow up is given sparkle and soul in this new adaptation by Mike Kenny (who also adapted The Railway Children and The Wind in the Willows) and promises to be fun for all the family. When the first baby laughed for the first time, its laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies. We are delighted that this production is presented by arrangement with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children s Charity and Samuel French Ltd.Producer York Theatre Royal. Adapted by Mike Kenny. Company Belt Up Theatre. Director Damian Cruden. Performer Cornelius McCarthy. Performer Martin Barrass. Performer Andrina Carroll. Performer Robert Pickavance. Performer James Wilkes. Performer Dominic Allan. Performer Joe Hufton. Performer Polly Sculpher. Performer Anna Sheppard. Performer Laura Soper. Performer Josie Bellerby. Performer Reece McMahon. Performer Theo Mason Wood. Performer Josh Benson. Performer Harrison Lee. Performer Charles Barry. Performer Joshua Robinson. Performer Thomas Robertson. Performer Thomas Lister.
29 Jul 11 to 3 Sep 11Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L0262895100

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26 May 22 to 29 May 22Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153
listing details L08176618
9 Apr 20 to 10 Apr 20Bolton Town Hall, Bolton :: V479
listing details L1236779759
3 Oct 96 to 16 Nov 96Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V298
listing details L0541951243

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