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All children, except one, grow up, but some grow up faster than others. In the faded kitchen of a once-grand town-house, Wendy is growing up fast, perhaps a little too fast. Between her homework and caring for her family, Wendy dreams of one last childhood adventure In fly Peter and his friend Tink, a mischievous pair who can't or won't grow up. When they steal Wendy away to The Neverland, the stage is set for a thrilling battle against time, against Hook, and against magic! Award-winning writer James Baldwin's adaptation of J.M. Barrie's classic story speaks of the innocence and wonder of childhood and the importance of imagination and creativity.


Liana Cottrill (Wendy), Rozelle Gemma (Mum / Hook), JoAnne Haines (Jon Michael / Tootles), Alice Lamb (Tink), Joseph Tweedale (Peter), Joseph Brown (Understudy Peter / Jon Michael / Tootles / Tink), Loussin Pilkian (Understudy Wendy / Mum / Hook)


Adapted by: James Baldwin (from Peter Pan by J M Barrie)
Director(s): Jenny Davies, Lex Kaby (assistant), Adam Fuller (puppet director), Deepra Singh (movement), Bethan Clark (fight)
Design(s): Anisha Fields, Charlie Cook (associate designer), Chris Harrisson (projection designer), Virginie Taylor (caption designer)
Music: Jack Drewry
Sound(s): Jack Drewry (for Tink), Dinah Mullen, Nick Laws, Diana Drew (assistant)
Lighting(s): Joe Price, Nicola Crawford (associate lighting designer)
Other(s): James Lisk (projection engineer), Hannah Malone (caption operator), Lisa Hall (production manager)
Stage Manager(s): Kirsty Milne, Chaz Webb (deputy), Bryony Harrison-Pettit (assistant)

Wendy: A Peter Pan Story

Wendy: A Peter Pan Story (Kids show) production archive for QTIX code T01192158953. Details of all Wendy: A Peter Pan Story archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1676792110

Archive Listings

1 Dec 23
13 Jan 24
Theatre Royal
Bath, Bath & North East Somerset
Performance Details => Venue archive


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