Dear Peter

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Immerse yourself in the world of Dear Peter - an enchanting semi-autobiographical solo show exploring notions of a shifting identity through a collection of fragmented memories, a nostalgic soundtrack, and delicately comedic storytelling.
Dear Peter at the Tristan Bates Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Tristan Bates Theatre
Festival:Maiden Speech Festival 2019
Started: Thursday 7 November 2019
Closes: Tuesday 12 November 2019
Running time:30 mins
Age suitability: 12+

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Background


Note that this production contains strong language and references to drug use.


Dear Peter is presented as a work-in-progress show at Maiden Speech.


Synopsis


To die will be an awfully big adventure!


Immerse yourself in the world of Dear Peter - an enchanting semi-autobiographical solo show exploring notions of a shifting identity through a collection of fragmented memories, a nostalgic soundtrack, and delicately comedic storytelling.


In this poetic analysis of adolescence, female friendship, grief, heartbreak, and every memory that makes us who we are, one woman will take you on a journey through the ups and downs of her experiences, as she deconstructs her identity in relation to J.M. Barrie's seminal hero, Peter Pan.


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Dates


Previews from:Thursday 7 November 2019

Closes:Tuesday 12 November 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Thursday 7th November 20:30

Tuesday 12th November 21:30


Matinee:
-

Tickets


Standard:
£10

Concessions:
£7.50

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Cast


Evangeline Dickson

Creatives


Author: Evangeline Dickson
Director: Kayla Feldman

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