Peter Pan

Peter Pan

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This reimagining of Barrie’s magical story sees John returning from the WW1 battlefields in the early Autumn of 1918 to find No. 14 Kensington Gardens transformed; the Lost Boys, once soldiers, recuperate in the nursery, Michael is an unkempt rascal and Wendy is a suffragist too busy campaigning for votes for women to sew on shadows! All is topsy-turvy until Peter Pan flies through the window to transport them all back to Neverland for a final battle with Hook.

Following acclaimed productions of Lord of the Flies, Idylls of the King, Alice in Wonderland, Wind in the Willows and Children of the Night, the talented young people of MCS Theatre Academy perform this new adaptation of Peter Pan adapted by Joanne Pearce (RSC Associate Artist). 

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  • Thu 5 Jul 7:00 PM £20.00/£16.00/£13.00/£10.00
  • Fri 6 Jul 7:00 PM £20.00/£16.00/£13.00/£10.00
  • Sat 7 Jul 4:00 PM £20.00/£16.00/£13.00/£10.00

Book Tickets

  • Thu 5 July 7:00 PM
  • Fri 6 July 7:00 PM
  • Sat 7 July 4:00 PM

By J. M. Barrie

Adapted and directed by Joanne Pearce 

Presented by Magdalen College School Theatre Academy  

Age guideline 7+

 

  • A triumph....performances worthy of a professional company.
       
    Oxford Times on Wind in the Willows

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