Theatre closures due to coronavirus outbreak
England is currently in a third national lockdown due to the coronavirus epidemic, so all London theatres are closed to audiences.
The government has not announced firm dates for theatres to open in England, though a suggested date for partial reopening has been given as 17 May 2021, with larger theatres possibly back with full capacity audiences from 21 June.
We update our listings to reflect cancellations and postponements of shows, but we advise checking theatre websites to confirm which shows will be playing in the future.
Playing until 29 Mar 2021
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Wendy Darling loves telling her brothers bedtime stories of the dastardly pirate Captain Hook and the heroic Peter Pan, and the children's imaginations become reality when Peter flies into their nursery one starry night.
Together they fly to a mysterious, magical land where children never grow up, fairies truly exist and blood thirsty pirates really roam the seas.
Join Peter, Wendy, Tinkerbell and the Lost Children on an exhilarating adventure as they take on the wicked Captain Hook and his pirates, determined to save Neverland and all that they believe in.
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Age suitability: 5+
First shown as the finale to Chickenshed's 40th Festival Year back in 2014, Peter Pan is the perfect adventure for children - and adults who never grew up!
Chickenshed's famously large and amazingly diverse cast tell this much-loved family favourite with infectious music, song and dance that will captivate everyone.
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Peter Pan - Sebastian Gonzalez
Mr Darling/Captain Hook - Joseph Morton
Mrs Darling - Belinda McGuirk
Nana - Jelena Budimir
Cerys Lambert - Wendy
Tinkerbell - Georgina Jacobs
Peter's Shadow - Loren Jacobs
The Lost Boys - Daniel Banton and Michael Bossisse
Author: J. M. Barrie
Director: Dave Carey, Jonathan Morton, Christine Niering and Louise Perry
Set designer: Keith Dunne
Costume designer: Graham Hollick
Musical direction: Dave Carey
Choreography: Christine Niering with Robin Shillinglaw and Dina Williams
Lighting: Andrew Caddies
Sound: Phil Haines