Why See Peter Pan?
Journey To The World Of Never Land
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre season begins with a revival of Sheader and Liam Steel's Olivier award nominated production of Peter Pan. This production retells the story by J. M. Barrie in a World War 1 medical shelter. When this production first ran in 2015 at the theatre, the show received five star reviews.
Imagination is the only escape for the wounded soldiers of World War 1. As they're transported to the pirate ships and tranquil island of Never Land, the war they've left behind is still very present.
Did You Know?
George Llewelyn Davies was one of children who inspired J. M. Barrie to create the iconic character of Peter Pan and The Lost Boys. Davies was killed in action in the first World War.
Previews from: 17 May 2018
Opening night: 24 May 2018
Cast and Creative
Playwright J. M. Barrie
Directed by Timothy Sheader and Liam Steel
Songs by Nick Powell
Lighting by Rick Fisher
Sound by Nick Lidster
Designed by Jon Bausor
Costume design by Jon Morrell
Puppet design and direction by Rachael Canning
Fight direction by Kate Waters
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