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Take a fairy tale flight to Neverland this Christmas in the swashbuckling family adventure Peter Pan. Join our high-flying hero as he transports the Darlings on an adventure they will never forget full of evil pirates, the lost boys, a very hungry crocodile and the meanest man in Neverland, Captain Hook.
Comedian and actor Joe Pasquale will lead the cast in the role of Smee. Well-known and best-loved for being one of the hardest-working and top-selling live comedians in British comedy today, Joe has been delighting audiences for more than 20 years with his live stand-up tours and infectious sense of fun. Along the way he’s voiced characters for Hollywood movies, toured in several major theatrical productions including Mel Brooks’ The Producers, starred in the West End production of Spamalot, been crowned King of the Jungle in ITV’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me out Of Here, appeared on five Royal Variety Performances and is currently on tour in a live stage incarnation of the classic sitcom Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em in the iconic role of Frank Spencer.
Joining Joe on this seafaring adventure as Captain Hook, the most evil man in Neverland, is John Challis. Known for his role as Boycie in the BBC’s long-running Only Fools and Horses, John (and his character’s iconic laugh) have entertained television viewers for decades. John’s other television appearances include Dixon of Dock Green, Coronation Street, Open All Hours, My Family, Last of the Summer Wine and he’s currently playing Monty in the hit ITV comedy, Benidorm.
With amazing flying effects, barrels of laughter, magic and fairy dust, join Peter Pan (Jack McNeill), Tinker Bell (Lucy Evans) and the lost boys and set sail in the ultimate pirate pantomime adventure complete with all of the ingredients audiences know to expect in this swashbuckling festive treat.
With generous discounts for groups, concessions and special rates for schools available for selected performances, book your seats today.
Peter Pan contains underwater 3D action, so please bear this in mind if you are planning to bring children under the age of 5 or anyone of a nervous or sensitive disposition. We don’t want to carp on about it, but we also don’t want to get in deep water and would feel gill-ty if we let this vital piece of finn-formation slip through the net, so you’re batter off knowing . If you have any concerns, feel free to drop us a line.
Fri 4 January 2.30pm
Relaxed Performances provide an opportunity for customers who may find it difficult to come and see a show to experience the joy of live theatre.
It is still the same show but with some small changes to the sound levels, lighting and no pyrotechnics or strobe lighting is used. These performances will provide a less formal, more supportive atmosphere in order to reduce anxiety levels. Find out more
Running time: Act 1, 50 minutes, Interval 20 minutes, Act 2, 50 minutes. Total 2 hours.
£2 for online bookings or £3 for phone & counter sales applies per transaction.
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Stalls, Dress Circle & Upper Circle tickets £25 available on Tuesday 11, Wednesday 12 & Thursday 13 December 7.15pm performances & save £3.50 in the Stalls & Upper Circle excluding blue performances.
Under 16s & Go Card Holders
Save £3.50 in the Stalls & Upper Circle. Concessions do not apply to blue performances.
All tickets £13 for green & orange performances, plus 1 free teacher seat for every 10 booked.
Stalls & Upper Circle tickets £26 for red, green & orange performances.
No concessions in the Balcony or for blue performances.
‘Joe Pasquale stars in a lavish production that's high on spectacle but low on story’The Stage
'A feast of familiar family fun’ ‘truly a high flying pantomime adventure’East Midlands Theatre
‘Swashbuckling Christmas panto fun, big laughs, song, dance and amazing special effects… this year’s must-see seasonal offering’Nottingham Post
Click on a link below to download Peter Pan Education Resources (provided by Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity)
Want to find out more about the history of Peter Pan on stage?
Join us for a Peter Pan Talk with Christmas Afternoon Tea exploring the history of Peter Pan on the stage and the ‘awfully big adventure’ of creating many different versions of this much-loved classic. To accompany this fascinating talk there will be a festive afternoon tea on our Dress Circle foyer.
Visual Stories can be used to help customers with a variety of special needs and those on the autistic spectrum to prepare for their visit to the Theatre Royal or Royal Concert Hall. A Visual Story can help customers to understand what to expect from their visit and to prepare for the sights and sounds of the experience.
Relaxed Performances provide an opportunity for customers who may find it difficult to come and see a show to experience the joy of live theatre. It is still the same show but with some small changes to the sound levels, lighting and no pyrotechnics or strobe lighting is used. These performances will provide a less formal, more supportive atmosphere in order to reduce anxiety levels.