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“Neverland needs you and treasure awaits!”

Peter Pan in Scarlet

Saturday 23 July–Saturday 6 August 2016

a New Vic Theatre and Oxford Playhouse Production

Based on an original novel by Geraldine McCaughrean
Adapted and directed by Theresa Heskins

The official sequel to J M Barrie’s Peter Pan by the three-time Whitbread Children’s Book Award winner, this awfully big adventure has been adapted for the stage in her trademark all-action style by New Vic Artistic Director, Theresa Heskins.

It’s 1929, Wendy and the Lost Boys have all grown up. Then, suddenly, 20 years after they left, they begin to dream of Neverland – of pirates and mermaids, war paint and crocodiles. Something is wrong and Peter Pan needs their help.

So Wendy, John and the Lost Boys put on their children’s clothes and, armed only with fairy dust, fly back to Neverland to join Peter for one last adventure. But everything has changed. And the dangers they meet are beyond their wildest dreams.

 

Family of four ticket just £56
Pre-show family talk 4.00pm Weds 27 July
Pre-show family tour 12.30pm Sat 30 July
Please call Box Office for details
© (2006) Great Ormond Street Hospital International Promotions Ltd, the
official sequel to JM Barrie’s Peter Pan commissioned by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
Registered charity no. 1160024gosh logo

Saturday 23 July–Saturday 6 August 2016

Trailer

Photo Gallery

Image by Geraint Lewis

Reviews

“a feast of visual imagination…”

Jenny Amphlett, The Sentinel
Star Star Star Star

“Total theatre with warmth, wit and wonderment…”

Chris Eldon Lee, Staffordshire What's On

“I was dizzy with all the fun we were having…”

John Hargreaves, Native Monster
Star Star Star Star

“Huge on imagination and daring…”

Carol Lovatt, Reviews Hub

“Rich with ideas and played to perfection…”

William Stafford, Bum On A Seat
Star Star Star Star

“the perfect adventure for all the family…”

Rob Stanway, At The Theatre

“pure, 24-carat gold…”

Jeremy Smith, OX HC Magazine

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