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The adventures of Peter Pan, Wendy, Tinkerbell and the villainous Captain Hook will be brought to you as never seen before - a marvellous new version of J.M. Barrie's timeless story that has been loved by children and adults for more than one hundred years. In this enchanting story of the boy who refuses to grow up, Peter Pan and the Lost Boys introduce Wendy Darling and her brothers to a magical world of adventure in Neverland - where children stay young forever and are free from adult rules. This fantastical land is home to mermaids, fairies and crocodiles, as well as swashbuckling pirates whose bloodthirsty swordplay will have you on the edge of your seat! With original music performed live by a cast of talented actor-musicians, a cast of local young performers and just a sprinkling of fairy dust, the Octagon will take you on the festive adventure of a lifetime! Suitable for ages 5 and over.


Book by: J.M. Barrie

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Archive listings for Peter Pan (2021)

Work type: Kids show.


Presented byOVO. Presented byThe Maltings. Performer Luke Adamson (Urchin / Tootles). Performer Jessica Brydges (Urchin / Twin 1). Performer Tom Cagnoni (Ensemble). Performer Marcus Churchill (George Darling / Captain Hook). Performer Hannah Francis-Baker (Urchin / Nibs). Performer Anna Franklin (Narrator). Performer Paula Gilmour (Liza / Tinker Bell / Cecco / Jane). Performer Rosa Lennox (Urchin / Twin 2). Performer Felipe Pacheco (Peter Pan). Performer Matthew Parker (Nana / Smee). Performer Will Pattle (Michael Darling). Performer Jack Reitman (Urchin / Slightly). Performer Zak Robinson (John Darling). Performer Jo Servi (Mr Sparkey / Gentleman / Starkey). Performer Flora Squires (Wendy Darling). Performer Emma Wright (Mary Darling / Tiger Lily).
28 May 21 to 27 Jun 21The Maltings Theatre (formely Maltings Arts Centre), St Albans :: V52
listing details L395416230


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