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Winter 1909. Snow is falling across London. Wendy Darling and her two brothers sleep peacefully in the bedroom, as their parents bicker downstairs. In a sudden flurry of snow their window blows open, and into their lives tumbles a mischievous boy called Peter. Shortly followed by a very fractious fairy by the name of Tink. In the magical Peter Pan, Wendy sees not only a great adventure, but also a chance to rediscover the key to her parents' lost happiness. With the aid of a little fairy dust she agrees to fly with Peter to Neverland. There she will give the Lost Boys a run for their money, defeat Captain Hook and his pirate crew, and ultimately, learn what it means to grow up.


Fiona Button (Wendy), Simon Carroll-Jones (Shadow), Cavan Clarke (Nibs), Sam Clemmett (Tom), James Corrigan (John), Darrell D'Silva (Hook), Adam Gillen (Martin), Susan Hingley (Shadow), Jack Horner (Shadow), Rebecca Johnson (Mrs Darling), Paul Kemp (Smee), Arthur Kyeyune (Shadow / Doc Giles / Crocodile), David Langham (Knock Bone Jones), Douggie McMeekin (Curly), Jordan Metcalfe (Michael), Charlotte Mills (Tink), Mimi Ndiweni (Tiger Lily), Dodger Phillips (Murt The Bat), Laura Prior (Shadow), Rhys Rusbatch (Peter), Patrick Toomey (Mr Darling / Skylights), Harry Waller (Slightly), Lawrence Walker (Tootles), Jay Webb (Shadow), Dan Wheeler (Doc Swain)


Author: Ella Hickson
Producer: Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Director(s): Jonathan Munby, Michael Ashcroft (movement), Terry King (fight)
Design(s): Colin Richmond, Ian William Galloway (video)
Lighting: Oliver Fenwick
Sound: Christopher Shutt
Music: Olly Fox

Wendy & Peter Pan

Wendy & Peter Pan (Kids show) production archive for QTIX code T428217517. Details of all Wendy & Peter Pan archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1380290989

Archive Listings

17 Nov 15
31 Jan 16
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


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