All children, except one, grow up…

When Peter Pan, the leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow during a visit to London, headstrong Wendy helps him re-attach it. In return she is invited to Neverland – where Tinker Bell the fairy, Tiger Lily and the vengeful Captain Hook await. Exploring the possibilities and pain of growing up, it’s a riot of magic, mischief, music and make-believe.

peter-pan-photograph-by-sam-robinson-designed-by-the-nt-graphic-design-studio 

Director Sally Cookson brings her wondrously inventive Peter Pan to the National Theatre after a sell-out, critically acclaimed run at Bristol Old Vic Theatre. Peter Pan will open in the Olivier Theatre on Thursday 17 November, with press night on Friday 2 December. Anna Francolini will play Captain Hook and Mrs Darling, reinstating the double casting intended by J M Barrie for his original production.

madeleine-worrall-in-bristol-old-vics-production-of-peter-pan-photo-by-mark-douet 

The cast also includes Saikat Ahamed, Suzanne Ahmet, Marc Antolin, Lois Chimimba, Laura Cubitt, Phoebe Fildes, Felix Hayes, Paul Hilton, John Leader, Amaka Okafor, John Pfumojena, Jessica Temple, Dan Wheeler and Madeleine Worrall.

saikat-ahamed-and-madeleine-worrall-in-bristol-old-vics-production-of-peter-pan-photo-by-mark-douet 

Directed by Sally Cookson, with dramaturgy by Mike Akers, set design by Michael Vale, costume design by Katie Sykes, lighting by Aideen Malone, music by Benji Bower, sound design by Dominic Bilkey, movement by Dan Canham, aerial direction by Gwen Hales, fight direction by Rachel Bown-Williams and Ruth Cooper-Brown of RC-ANNIE Ltd, and puppet direction and design by Toby Olié.

saikat-ahamed-in-bristol-old-vics-production-of-peter-pan-photo-by-mark-douet

Suitable for children aged 7+. Half-price tickets for under-18s.

Press night: Friday 2 December, 7pm

A relaxed performance of Peter Pan will take place on Saturday 21 January at 2pm.

the-bristol-old-vic-cast-of-peter-pan-c-mark-douet-7400


CAST


The Peter Pan cast includes Saikat Ahamed, Suzanne Ahmet, Marc Antolin, Lois Chimimba, Laura Cubitt, Phoebe Fildes, Anna Francolini, Felix Hayes, Paul Hilton, John Leader, Amaka Okafor, John Pfumojena, Jessica Temple, Dan Wheeler and Madeleine Worrall.


ABOUT PETER PAN


The production is directed by Sally Cookson, with dramaturgy by Mike Akers, set design by Michael Vale, costume design by Katie Sykes, lighting by Aideen Malone, music by Benji Bower, sound design by Dominic Bilkey, movement by Dan Canham, aerial direction by Gwen Hales, fight direction by Rachel Bown-Williams and Ruth CooperBrown of RC-ANNIE Ltd, and puppet direction and design by Toby Olié.

Peter Pan at the National Theatre:

Peter Pan was first staged at the National Theatre in 1997, in an adaptation by John Caird and Trevor Nunn, directed by John Caird and Fiona Laird, with Ian McKellen as Captain Hook, Daniel Evans as Peter Pan and Jenny Agutter as Mrs Darling.


DATES & TIMES


Peter Pan opens in the Olivier Theatre on 17 November, and runs for 54 performances.

For projects, workshops and events for Key Stage 2 and 3 students and families, please visit National Theatre Peter Pan Learning

Accessible Performances:

  • Audio-described performances: Saturday 17 December 2pm, Monday 19 December 7pm
  • Pre-show touch tour: Saturday 17 December at 12.30pm
  • Captioned performance: Wednesday 28 December at 7pm
  • Relaxed Performance: Saturday 21 January, 2pm

THE NATIONAL THEATRE


The National Theatre is dedicated to making the very best theatre and sharing it with as many people as possible. We produce productions on the South Bank in London each year, ranging from re-imagined classics to modern masterpieces and new work by contemporary writers and theatre-makers. The National’s work is seen on tour throughout the UK, in London’s West End, internationally (including on Broadway) and in collaborations and co-productions with theatres across the country.

Across 2015-2016, the NT staged 34 productions and gave 3,134 performances in the UK and internationally. The NT’s award-winning programme had a UK audience of 2.5 million, 700,000 of which were NT Live audiences. 

The Clore Learning Centre at the NT is committed to providing programmes for schools, young people, families, community groups and adult learners, including the Nationwide youth theatre festival Connections and playwriting competition New Views. In 2015-2016, we engaged with over 181,000 participants through the NT Learning events programme. Further, over 2,200 secondary schools have signed up to the free streaming service, On Demand in Schools since its launch in September 2015.

Want more stuff like this?

Sign up to our mailing list to get the latest news and reviews

Don’t worry we don’t spam

Load More Related Articles
Load More By Sharon Steed
Load More In Days Out
Comments are closed.

Check Also

Disabled Stacie aged 8 wins Abacus ‘Trevor the Turtle’

Disabled Stacie aged 8 from Birmingham seeking a better bath-time wins Abacus ‘Trevor the …