T0940313304 (HAWTHORNE17)The legend of Peter Pan has been delighting children for over 100 years and this faithful new version is a festive adventure, perfect for the whole family. Featuring music and lyrics by the award-winning duo George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, we join Peter and the Darling family as they are whisked away to the famous land full of colorful characters including the Lost Boys, Tiger Lily and, of course, the dastardly Captain Hook. With a spectacular mix of swashbuckling adventure, jaw dropping flying, and an infectious score, Peter Pan is guaranteed to bring forth one's inner child, and send you reeling "Just Beyond the Stars."Music George Stiles. Lyrics Anthony Drewe.
|23 Nov 17 to 25 Nov 17||Hawthorne Theatre, Welwyn :: V57|
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T1250099266 (CORETH17)Presented bySTAMPS.
|7 Nov 17 to 11 Nov 17||The Core (formerly the Library Theatre Arts Complex), Solihull :: V157|
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T01987167421 (WHITLEYPLAYHOUSE17)ABD Productions brings Peter Pan, The Musical that soars for two performances each day. Fire your imagination with this tale of a mysterious new found island, where fantastic adventures beckon. Peter Pan like its namesake is a tale which never ages. Children and adults alike have fallen under the spell of Neverland a place where, exciting frightening adventurous happen every dayPresented byABD Productions. Director Anne Dalton.
|3 Aug 17 to 5 Aug 17||Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580|
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T0544539779 (TIVOLI17)Company Shazam Theatre Company.
|22 Jun 17 to 24 Jun 17||Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen :: V0436391384|
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T1351831329 (HAFREN17)Company Newtown Musical Theatre Company.
|27 Apr 17 to 29 Apr 17||Hafren (formerly Theatre Hafren), Newtown :: V852|
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T0195261159 (HYDEFEST17)Presented byTameside Youth Drama Group.
|12 Jan 17 to 14 Jan 17||Hyde Festival Theatre, Hyde :: V819939367|
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T0154834756 (LANCASTERGRAND16)Come and join Peter Pan, Wendy, Michael and John in the high-flying timeless Broadway musical that will whisk you away to a place where dreams are born and no one ever grows up!Company Red Rose.
|15 Nov 16 to 19 Nov 16||Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521|
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T1983240665 (BEACONARTS16)The classic British tale is brought to the stage in a musical extravaganza guaranteed to entertain and delight children and adults of all ages. Following the much loved story from J.M Barrie, the audience Peter, Wendy, Michael and John as they embark upon an adventure, flying to Neverland where they encounter the Lost Boys, crocodiles, pirates and the dastardly Captain Hook. Staged by the Company that brought you Blood Brothers, The Diary of Anne Frank and Oliver Twist, this musical adaptation will enthral from start to finishCompany Thistle Theatre.
|9 Sep 16 to 10 Sep 16||Beacon Arts Centre (formerly Arts Guild Theatre), Greenock :: V1047|
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T1087346410 (STRODE15)Presented byGlastonbury & Street Musical Comedy Society. Author Reece Sibbald. Director Barry Squance. Musical Director Tom Billing. Choreographer Sarah Neale.
|27 Dec 15 to 3 Jan 16||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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T1581745024 (FFWRNES15)Second star to the right and straight on 'til morning! A spectacular musical adaptation of the timeless tale about the boy who never grew up. Let your imagination take you to Neverland with Peter and Wendy, meeting the Lost Boys, Indians and the villainous Captain Hook - not forgetting his silly sidekick Smee! With enchanting songs, plenty of fun and laughter, and a sprinkling of fairy dust, this is the perfect way to make literature come alive for the whole family. Why not add to the fun come dressed up as your favourite character? There will be a special prize for the best dressed a special chance to meet the cast after the show.Presented byStarbright Entertainments.
|1 Nov 15||Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli :: V819218539|
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T02084591258 (EPSTEIN15)A spectacular musical adaptation of the timeless tale about the boy who never grows up. Let your imagination take you to Neverland with Peter and Wendy meeting Lost Boys, Indians and the villainous Captain Hook - not forgetting his silly sidekick Smee! Why not add to the fun and dress as your favourite character? There will be a special prize for the best dressed and everyone will have the chance to meet the cast after the show. With enchanting songs, plenty of fun and laughter and a sprinkling of fairy dust, this is the perfect way to make literature come alive for the whole family.Book by Piers Chater-Robinson. Music Piers Chater-Robinson. Lyrics Piers Chater-Robinson. Adapted by Philip Norton (for Starbright Entertainments).
|29 Oct 15 to 30 Oct 15||Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537|
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T488328281 (WHITLEYPLAYHOUSE15)ABD Productions brings Peter Pan, The Musical that soars for two performances each day. Fire your imagination with this tale of a mysterious new found island, where fantastic adventures beckon. Peter Pan like its namesake is a tale which never ages. Children and adults alike have fallen under the spell of Neverland a place where, exciting frightening adventurous happen every dayPresented byABD Productions.
|5 Aug 15 to 7 Aug 15||Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580|
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T1031971286 (MERCURY15)Presented byTheatricool Performing Arts School. Author Jimmy Jewell. Author Nick Stimson.
|28 Jun 15||Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37|
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T1390978823 (SEATONDELVAL15)It's five minutes until closing time at Priceland. Join A Level student and cashier Wendy Darling as she takes us into the timeless story of Peter Pan - second star to the left and straight on 'til morning! Throw in a misunderstood Captain Hook, a hot guitarist Peter Pan, a Tinker Bell straight out of ?TOWIE' and a sprinkle of fairy dust (oh, and an awesome soundtrack!) and you get a sparkling show guaranteed to get your toes tapping. A fresh, modern, musical retelling of Peter Pan with words by Haley Cox and music by Phil Collingwood exploring small town mentality, youth aspiration and the challenges of followin?g your dreams.Company Duckegg Theatre Company. Lyrics Haley Cox. Music Phil Collingwood.
|7 Mar 15||Seaton Delaval Arts Centre, Seaton Delaval :: V0999827419|
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|4 Feb 15 to 5 Feb 15||Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979|
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T770290234 (PRESTON15)Fire your imagination with this tale of a mysterious new found island, where fantastic adventures beckon. Sparkling with fairy dust and full of timeless magical moments, this musical adaptation is unsurpassed for its unique mix of music, spectacle, action adventure and high flying.Producer ABD Productions. Author Anne Dalton.
|18 Feb 15 to 21 Feb 15||Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524|
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T1620400626 (LINCOLNDRILL14)Company NYT Juniors.
|28 Nov 14||Drill Hall, Lincoln :: V01422328453|
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T1086736017 (RHYLPAV14)For the Darling children, this night started off like any other. That is until a face appears at the window to hear Wendy's bed time story and loses his shadow. Little did the children know that it was to be the most MAGICAL night of their lives. Come away and join the magic, let Powerplay fly you and your family to Neverland on an exciting adventure as Peter, Wendy and the Lost Boys attempt to defeat the evil Captain Hook once and for all. There'll be Pirates, Indians, Mermaids and Fairies! Everything you need for a truly magical evening at the theatre.Company Powerplay Musical Theatre. Music Piers Chater-Robinson. Lyrics Piers Chater-Robinson.
|14 Nov 14 to 15 Nov 14||Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813|
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T1934537004 (TRLINCOLN14)Fire your imagination with this tale of a mysterious new found island where fantastic adventures happen. Sparkling with Fairy Dust and full of timeless magical moments, this musical adaptation is unsurpassed for its unique mix of music, spectacle, action adventure and high flying. Peter Pan, like its namesake, is a tale which never ages. Children and adults alike have all fallen under the spell of Neverland, a place where children can fly and exciting, frightening adventures happen every day. Come and meet Peter's mischievous friend Tinker Bell, Hook's Pirates and his hapless sidekick Smee, The Bossy Neverbird, the Flame Dancers, Tiger Lily and the Indians, Nana the Dog, the Planet Dancers and the Water Sprites.
|20 Feb 14 to 23 Feb 14||New Theatre Royal, Lincoln :: V442|
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T0158557227 (HARROGATE13)Company Upstage Academy.
|27 Jun 13||Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942|
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T01583030030 (PUMPHOUSE13)Company NRYA Youth Theatre.
|8 May 13 to 11 May 13||The Pump House Arts Centre, Watford :: V56|
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T01746195879 (NOTTSPLAY12)Company Carlton Operatic Society.
|19 Mar 13 to 23 Mar 13||Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457|
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T0179148388 (TRINITY12)Get ready to fly away to Neverland in Trinity Theatre's musical adaptation of J. M. Barrie's classic, Peter Pan. Exploring the tale of the boy who never wants to grow up, this delightful story takes you on a magical, musical adventure to a land far beyond your imagination. A world of intrigue awaits the eloquent Wendy, stuffy John and sensitive Michael as they travel through Peter Pan's enchanted world. Delight at the carefree band of Lost Boys who romp amongst sparkling fairies, let your imagination run wild at boisterous Indian braves, tremble at dastardly pirates led by the villainous Captain Hook... and beware the ticking crocodile! With stunning sets, sensational flying sequences, swashbuckling sword fights and a sprinkling of fairy dust, this exciting musical production will take you on a journey to a world you know only in your dreams. A story of courage, friendship, loyalty, good, evil and of course, never growing up, this really is the show for all the family for Christmas 2012. So go, take the second star to the right, straight on ?til morning. And let the magic begin...Director John Martin. Book by Piers Chater Robinson (based on the novel by J.M. Barrie). Music Piers Chater Robinson. Lyrics Piers Chater Robinson.
|12 Dec 12 to 1 Jan 13||Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691|
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T01803804937 (REDHILL12)Company Youth East Surrey Operatic Society (YESOS). Adapted by Piers Charter-Robinson.
|2 Aug 12 to 4 Aug 12||The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707|
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T0250862975 (LEATHERHEAD12)Producer Blenheim Productions.
|12 Jul 12 to 14 Jul 12||The Theatre, Leatherhead :: V704|
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T094787255 (PUMPHOUSE12)Company Pump House Children and Youth Theatre.
|3 Jul 12 to 7 Jul 12||The Pump House Arts Centre, Watford :: V56|
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T0252819377 (QUEENSHORN12)Everyone will enjoy this enchanting new staging of J M Barrie's timeless story, which has delighted children and adults for generations. Far beyond London's starlit sky, a wondrous, epic adventure awaits! Peter Pan and the playful Tinker Bell whisk Wendy, John and Michael off to Neverland. In a magical world of eternal fun and games they join The Lost Boys in battle against the villainous Captain Hook and his bumbling sidekick Smee. Join us on a thrilling journey to a place where imagination takes flight and dreams come true! A fantasy land of blue lagoons, swashbuckling pirates, tick-tocking crocodiles, mystical mermaids, mischievous fairies and boys who never grow up.Company Cut to the Chase. Adapted by Vicky Ireland. Music Steven Markwick. Lyrics Steven Markwick. Director Bob Carlton. Design Norman Coates. Choreographer Hannah Welch. Performer Callum Hughes. Performer Simon Jessop. Performer Sam Kordbacheh. Performer Greg Last. Performer Jonathan Markwood. Performer Natasha Moore. Performer Kate Robson-Stuart. Performer Dylan Kennedy. Performer Alison Thea-Skot. Performer Matthew James Hinchliffe.
|26 May 12 to 16 Jun 12||Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41|
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T0106460123 (BELGRADE12)Company Coventry Youth Operetta.
|10 May 12 to 12 May 12||Belgrade Theatre, Coventry :: V153|
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T0181639372 (DELAWAR12)Company East Sussex School of Performing Arts.
|14 Feb 12 to 15 Feb 12||De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651|
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T0967393107 (MAYFLOWER11)Producer Michael Rose. Producer Chris Moreno. Music Julian Ronnie. Lyrics Julian Ronnie. Performer Daniel Boys (Peter Pan). Performer Les Dennis (Smee). Performer Ben Richards (Hook/Mr Darling). Performer Lucy Benjamin (Mrs Darling).
|9 Dec 11 to 14 Jan 12||Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774|
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T0641092671 (TRGLAS11)Company Apollo Players. Music George Stiles. Music Anthony Drewe.
|21 Nov 11 to 26 Nov 11||Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623|
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T01873190990 (HULLNEW11)Company One Off Productions.
|8 Nov 11 to 12 Nov 11||Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934|
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T1165821886 (TABARD11)Company London Touring Theatre.
|23 Aug 11 to 28 Aug 11||The Tabard Theatre, Outer London :: V334|
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T765129963 (CURVE09)Producer Leicester Theatre Trust. Producer Michael Rose Ltd. Book by David Taylor. Book by Paul Miller. Music Julian Ronnie. Director David Taylor. Musical Director Chris Newton. Lighting Mark Howell. Sound Paul Groothuis. Design Simon Higlett. Costume Simon Higlett. Choreographer Bill Deamer. Director Alison de Burgh (fight). Performer James Gaddas (Mr Darling/Hook). Performer Paul Baker (Smee). Performer Spencer Charles Noll (Peter Pan). Performer Lauren Samuels (Wendy). Performer Siobhan McCarthy (Mrs Darling/Mermaid). Performer Holly James (Lisa/Tiger Lily). Performer Matthew Gould (Mad Pete). Performer Marc Antolin (Cecco). Performer Harry Morrison (Bill Jukes). Performer Nicholas Pack (Tootles). Performer Will Stokes (John). Performer Warren Sollars (Nibs). Performer Dann Kharsa (Noodle/Indian). Performer Daniel Fletcher (Skylights/Indian).
|3 Dec 09 to 23 Jan 10||Curve, Leicester :: V830272338|
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T01986490066 (BRIDEWELL09)Peter Pan is the biggest, noisiest, most frightfully funny and enjoyable of all the Peter Pan’s you could ever hope to see. This brand new musical version by popular composer Jimmy Jewell and writer Nick Stimson takes us back to the magical roots of the story, a place where children can become adults and adults become children again. Share the fears of the Lost Children, quake in your boots as the Red Indians arrive, tremble for Tiger Lily, cheer at the demise of Hook, weep at the death of Tinkerbell and revel in the dreadful deeds of those dastardly Pirates. Songs include ‘An Awfully Big Adventure’, ‘If I’d Stayed at Home with Mother’, ‘You Must Believe in Magic’ and many more. Running time: 75mins with no interval. Suitable for ages 2-92Producer Ladida Group. Producer Youth Music Theatre UK. Author Nick Stimson. Author Jimmy Jewell. Director Christian Durham. Choreographer Lucie Pankhurst. Design Holly White. Lighting Simon Gane.
|21 Dec 09 to 24 Dec 09||Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171|
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T2004936697 (WYP08)Escape to Neverland with the boy who never grew up in this brand new musical version of Peter Pan. Join Wendy, John and Michael as they soar into the night sky with Peter, to a magical land of mermaids and fairies, where children can fly and adventures happen every day. But they have to beware - danger is just around the corner as the dastardly Captain Hook and his evil band of pirates are ready for a battle and Peter Pan is at top of their list.Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Music George Stiles. Lyrics Anthony Drewe. Book by Willis Hall. Director Rachel Kavanaugh. Musical Director Stephen Ridley. Choreographer Jenny Arnold. Design Peter McKintosh. Sound Mike Walker. Director Terry King (fight). Other Tom Silburn Iillusionist). Director Kay Magson (casting). Director Justin Audibert (assistant). Director Christopher Hill (assistant). Performer James Gillan (Peter Pan). Performer David Birrell (Captain Hook). Performer Amy Lennox (Wendy). Performer Thomas Aldridge. Performer James Bisp. Performer James Byng. Performer Martin Callaghan. Performer Stephen Carlile. Performer Michelle Cornelius. Performer Craig Dinnewell. Performer Tim Edwards. Performer Clare Halse. Performer Kirsty Hoiles. Performer Christopher D Hunt. Performer Bradley Jaden. Performer Gregg Lowe. Performer Dominic Ridley. Performer Simon Schofield. Performer Jo Servi. Performer Alwyne Taylor. Performer Jake Abbott (Michael Darling - alternate nights). Performer Jed Berry (Michael Darling - alternate nights). Performer Hamish Rae (Michael Darling - alternate nights).
|22 Nov 08 to 31 Jan 09||Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977|
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Or the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up - T01412832195When Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, takes Wendy and her two brothers John and Michael to his home in Neverland, it is the start of a host of adventures for them all. They enter the wonderful world of lost boys, redskins, mermaids, pirates, Tinkerbell and, of course, the wicked Captain Hook. Join them on their magical journey... 'Second star on the right and straight on ‘til morning'... Peter Pan remains one of the most popular children’s stories of all and Act Two are proud to be reviving this sparkling musical version, originally adapted especially for the Youth Theatre by Philip Glassborow in 2004.Company Act Two (Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre). Music Philip Glassborow. Lyrics Philip Glassborow. Music David Rhind-Tutt (additional music). Director Julia Black. Musical Director David Perkins.
|4 Dec 08 to 6 Dec 08||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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T559322000 (GORDONCR08)Producer Gordon Craig Theatre.
|2 Apr 08 to 6 Apr 08||Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage :: V53|
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T01805610066 (BIRMREP07)Producer Birmingham Rep. Music George Stiles. Lyrics Anthony Drewe. Book by Willis Hall. Director Rachel Kavanaugh. Design Peter McKintosh. Lighting Paul Pyant. Musical Director Stephen Ridley. Choreographer Jenny Arnold. Sound Gregory Clarke. Performer Peter Caulfield (Peter Pan). Performer David Birrell (Captain Hook). Performer Gay Soper (Storyteller). Performer Julie-Alanah Brighten (Mrs Darling). Performer Gina Beck (Wendy). Performer Jeremy Legat (John). Performer Connor Doyle (Michael). Performer Thomas Goodall (Michael). Performer Nikki Shaw (Tiger Lily). Performer Thomas Aldridge (Tootles). Performer Andrew Bowness (Lost Boy). Performer Tim Edwards (Lost Boy). Performer Craig Perry (Lost Boy). Performer Simon Schofield (Lost Boy). Performer Barnaby Thompson (Lost Boy). Performer Gerard Carey (Smee). Performer Greg Barnett (Cecco). Performer Christopher Colley (Gentleman Starky). Performer Andrew Hutchings (Pirate). Performer George Daniel Long (Pirate). Performer Joe Speare (Mullins).
|28 Nov 07 to 19 Jan 08||Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143|
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T1885659745 (PRESTON07)Company Imagine.
|7 Apr 07 to 15 Apr 07||Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524|
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T413445926 (RICHMOND07)Company Songtime Theatre Arts.
|10 Apr 07 to 14 Apr 07||Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327|
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T01083828266 (KINGSHEAD06)World Premiere of Leonard Bernstein's original socre in a new adaptation.Producer Kings Head. Adapted by Stephanie Sinclaire. Music Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics Leonard Bernstein. Director Stephanie Sinclaire. Musical Director Mike Dixon. Costume Gary Page. Choreographer Marc Urquhart. Performer Katherine Kastin (Peter Pan). Performer Peter Land (Mr Darling/Captain Hook). Performer Rafaella Hutchinson (Tinkerbell). Performer Oscar Redif (Michael Darling - some dates).
|11 Dec 06 to 28 Jan 07||The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235|
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T01775320446 (QUESTOR06)A new versionAdapted by John Caird. Adapted by Trevor Nunn. Music Stephen Oliver.
|14 Dec 06 to 6 Jan 07||Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326|
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T01706671220 (GLAMORGAN05)Company Cynon Valley Musical Society.
|24 Oct 05 to 29 Oct 05||The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821|
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T136300039 (OXPLAY04)Producer Oxford Playhouse. Adapted by John Doyle. Director John Doyle. Music Sarah Travis. Design Liz Cooke. Lighting Richard G Jones.
|3 Dec 04 to 16 Jan 05||The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803|
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T0579808558 (MASQUE04)Company Masque Productions.
|9 Nov 04 to 13 Nov 04||Palace Theatre, Mansfield :: V453|
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T1049024583 (ORBIT04)Company Orbit Theatre.
|6 Apr 04 to 10 Apr 04||New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823|
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T2009721772 (WHEEL01)Hold tight, prepare to fly to Neverland with Peter Pan, a fantastic musical adventure for all the family with the boy who won't grow up. This fun filled one hour show is packed with original songs, fun and laughter and will be the 31st children's production since the Theatre opened in the summer of '95. So don't delay book your seat today to one of the brightest, high flying shows of the New Year. This show is presented by arrangement with the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children's Charity and Samuel French Limited. A percentage of the box goes to the Children's charity. Suitable for everyone over 3 years of age.Producer Wheelhouse Productions Ltd.
|3 Feb 01 to 8 Apr 01||Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369|
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T913675954 (FOREST00)Company Forest Forge Theatre Company.
|14 Dec 00||The Point, Southampton :: V1114|
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|29 Nov 00||Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147|
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T1708440985 (WALN00)Company Walney Junior Amateur Operatic Society.
|17 Oct 00 to 21 Oct 00||The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness :: V1|
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T0836199244 (HOC99)Performer Colin Baker. Performer Robbie Dee.
|1 Sep 99 to 6 Sep 99||Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183|
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|24 Jul 14 to 27 Jul 14||Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn :: V1448285374|
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|9 Apr 09 to 18 Apr 09||Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking :: V1033|
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|2 Dec 00||Forest Arts Centre, New Milton :: V786|
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|21 Aug 97 to 30 Aug 97||Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage :: V53|
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|22 Jul 97 to 26 Jul 97||South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731|
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