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Author: J M Barrie

Archive listings for Peter Pan

Work type: Kids show.

T01125804652

Transported from Edwardian London to early 20th century Dublin, the beloved story of the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up sees the Darling children, Wendy, Michael and John, whisked away to The Never Land by Peter Pan and Tinker Bell where they team up with the wild Lost Boys to battle the sinister Captain Hook and his right-hand man, Smee.Producer The Gate Theatre. Adapted by Roddy Doyle. Director Ned Bennett.
4 Nov 23 to 14 Jan 24The Gate Theatre, Dublin :: V1630231991
listing details L2052293311

T1781975402

Chasing his runaway shadow, a mischievous young boy crash lands through an open window and meets a headstrong young girl not yet ready to face growing up. With a sprinkle of fairy dust, they take flight on a whirlwind festive voyage over pirate ships, through mermaid lagoons and into the heart of Neverland.Producer Rose Theatre. Adapted by Evan Placey. Director Lucy Morrell.
1 Dec 23 to 7 Jan 24Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
listing details L01274850899

T033848107

Join for the adventure of a lifetime with this exciting new version of JM Barrie's classic story. Peter Pan is the perfect Christmas treat for everyone aged 7 and upwards.Producer Sherman Theatre. Producer Theatr Iolo. Adapted by Catherine Dyson. Director Lee Lyford. Performer Owen Alun. Performer Emily Burnett. Performer Rebecca Hayes. Performer Rebecca Killick. Performer Kevin McIntosh. Performer Peter Mooney. Performer Alex Murdoch. Performer Lynwen Haf Roberts. Performer Keiron Self.
27 Nov 23 to 6 Jan 24Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
listing details L2023903396

T1593307684

A fast-paced three-handed version.Company Slapstick Picnic.
22 Jul 23Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068
listing details L274597076
13 Jul 23 to 15 Jul 23St Paul's Church (The Actors Church), Inner London :: V350
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1 Jul 23Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury :: V1452754579
listing details L590137568

T1885059932

Wendy Darling is certain she saw the face of a boy at her bedroom window 3 floors up - yet no-one believes her. So who can blame her when she agrees to fly away to the idyllic Neverland with him? But is Neverland as perfect as it seems? Or will the evil Captain Hook and his band of pirates kill Peter and rule over it themselves? Peter Pan was first performed by Illyria in 1997. It has been performed outdoors many times since by many different companies. But Illyria's 2022 production will be the first to feature REAL flying!Company Illyria.
30 Jul 22The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707
listing details L01263773596

T2013845970

With a sprinkling of fairy dust, audiences are invited to join Peter, Wendy, John, Michael, Tinkerbell and friends 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. Along the way, theatregoers will also meet Pirates, Fairies, Lost Boys, Indians, and of course one tick-tocking crocodile.Producer Regal Entertainments. Performer Harrison Vaughan (Peter Pan). Performer Lauren McCrory (Wendy). Performer Mia Molly (Tiger Lily). Performer Reece Sibbald (Smee). Performer David Phipps Davis (Mrs Smee). Performer Scott Gallagher (Captain Hook). Performer Hayley Russell (Tink).
2 Apr 22 to 18 Apr 22Theatre Royal, St Helens :: V546
listing details L1598819509

T01088386235

Fly with us to Neverland and join Peter Pan, Wendy and the Lost Boys in this retelling of JM Barrie's classic tale. Get set for an awfully big adventure with fairies, crocodiles and pirates as Peter and Wendy take on the dastardly Captain Hook! Filled with music mischief and magic - this is the perfect family treat.Producer Octagon Bolton. Author JM Barrie. Adapted by Sarah Punshon. Music Ziad Jabero. Music Claire Tustin. Lyrics Ziad Jabero. Lyrics Claire Tustin. Director Lotte Wakeman. Performer Matthew Heywood. Performer Purvi Parmar. Performer Amy Drake. Performer Robert Jackson. Performer Jason Patel.
26 Nov 21 to 9 Jan 22Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480
listing details L1604821247

Other listings

9 Dec 23 to 31 Dec 23Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston :: V440
listing details L02080462766
6 Dec 23 to 17 Dec 23The Arden Theatre, Faversham :: V081256096
listing details L0226128252
28 Jun 23 to 29 Jun 23Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft :: V196
listing details L01400593099
11 Aug 22 to 13 Aug 22Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking :: V1033
listing details L427077468
26 May 21 to 29 May 21Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153
listing details L207612554
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