“Come with me Wendy; I’ll teach you to fly, we’ll jump on the wind’s back and then away to Neverland.”
In 1904 J.M. Barrie premiered one of the greatest adventures to ever play on a theatrical stage. Filled with mermaids, pirates and fairies, lost boys and crocodiles, this is the stunning original story of the boy who could fly. With the help of a little sprinkle of fairy dust, Peter Pan will be a thrilling theatrical treat this Christmas.
Alexander Vlahos, best known for playing Philippe, Duke of Orleans in Versailles and Mordred in BBC drama Merlin, stars as Captain Hook alongside exciting newcomer Nickcolia King-N’Da as Peter Pan.
The cast also includes Rosemary Boyle (Of Mice and Men, UK Tour), Adam Buchanan (After October, Finborough Theatre), Natalie Grady (This House, National Theatre), Jason Kajdi (Our House, UK Tour), and Harveen Mann (Bend it like Beckham, West End) & Alfie Webster (Our Four Walls, Ovalhouse).
The multi-award nominated Damien Tracey Productions is delighted to be joining forces with Park Theatre to bring the stunning original J.M. Barrie text to the London stage once more. Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle whose production of Hair (The Vaults) won the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Off West End Production and Pippin (Southwark Playhouse) which was nominated for 11 Off West End Awards.
So grab young and old and take your seats on the shores of Neverland for whats sure to be the greatest family adventure on a London stage this year.
My 8 year old liked it, but he likes slapstick. But thought it was fairly weak though the acting was good the story was unclear. The theatre was 2/3rs full which speaks for itself during a Christmas period
We went with grandparents and kids in Christmas Eve to see this show as a Christmas treat. We've never been to Park Theatre before so was a new experience for us - very cosy and intimate theatre. The play was engaging and well done - we all enjoyed it. There was, however, an odd mix of language since it was a largely modernised adaptation but it still used a lot of original language from the book - this didn't feel very smooth. The fight scenes were very entertaining - the kids enjoyed these. Captain Hook and the pirates could have done with being "badder" baddies to justify them biting the dust at the end. Overall we enjoyed the show and would definitely come back to the Park Theatre in future.
First visit to this lovely theatre after being recommended by a friend.Loved Peter Pan As much for adults as for children Will definitely be coming again when I visit London
When is it showing
No refunds available after purchase.
2 hours approx., Interval - 15 mins
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Suitable For Children