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Sally Cookson's Peter Pan flies into the Troubadour White City Theatre following a sell-out run at Bristol Old Vic and the National Theatre!
Have to fly. Have to fight. Have to crow. Everyone knows the story about the boy that never grew up, this widely loved tale from JM Barrie is taking flight on its transfer from the National Theatre to the Troubadour White City Theatre in London for a special Off-West End run that you won't want to miss!
Book your tickets for Peter Pan today and get lost in Neverland tomorrow.
What’s different about this Peter Pan production?
The tale of Peter Pan is widely popular and well-loved by the masses. There have been numerous different retellings, including films, Disney’s animation, and of course, numerous theatre productions. It’s the classic story of the one child that didn’t grow up and his adventures with Wendy, Tinkerbell, the Lost Boys, and his ongoing feud with Captain Hook. However, this production from director Sally Cookson brings a wondrously inventive spin on the telling of Peter Pan and his story. The darkness of this fairy tale isn’t avoided but instead embraced. It focuses on its themes of loss and child abandonment, mortality and chaotic parenting.
This production doesn’t shy away from its Edwardian setting, which illuminates the sensibility of this era but with a refreshing hint of fantastical modernity. Visually, this show is not what you’d expect at all, from the vivid set and costume design to the unusual casting choices. It certainly gives a unique spin on a classic that you won’t want to miss.
Who are the creators behind this sell-out production?
The direction for this production comes from LAMDA graduate Sally Cookson. Once graduating she worked as an actor for ten years before embarking on her career as a freelance director. She has worked on productions for top theatres since, including London’s Old Vic, Bristol’s Old Vic, the National Theatre and the Rose Theatre Kingston. She is an associate artist at Bristol’s Old Vic where she worked on this production of Peter Pan which went on to have a sell-out run. She also worked on Jane Eyre, Sleeping Beauty, and Treasure Island, to name but a few. Cookson was also the director for the Olivier nominated production of A Monster Calls at the Old Vic London.
Who is starring in Peter Pan at the Troubadour White City Theatre this summer?
The cast for the upcoming West London production of Peter Pan were recently announced. John Pfumojena, who played Michael Darlin in the original 2016 National Theatre run, is set to return to the production this summer to play Peter Pan. He is joined by returning cast members Kelly Price as Mrs. Darling/Captain Hook and Daisy Maywood as Wendy Darling.
Also starring in the Off-West End production of Peter Pan are Ammar Duffus as Michael Darling/Pirate, Alistair Toovey as John Darling/Pirate, David Langham as Mr. Darling/Smee/Lost Boy (Twin Two), Shiv Rabheru as Tinkerbell/Curly/Pirate, Mark Kane as Nana/Tootles/Pirate, Loren O'Dair as Twin One/Pirate, Jessica Murrain as Tiger Lily/Slightly/Pirate, Cora Kirk as Jane/Nibs/Pirate.
The cast is completed by Greg Bernstein in the ensemble, Harry Miller in the band, Iniki Mariano in the ensemble, Jemma Geanaus as a swing, Jools Scott in the band, Josh Donovan as a swing, Luke Potter in the band, Matthew Churcher in the ensemble, Miles Paloma as a swing, Nadine Lee in the band, Phillipa Hogg in the ensemble, Richard Kent in the ensemble, and Rafaella Covino as a swing and dance captain.
Peter Pan Troubador White City Theatre tickets on sale now at affordable prices!
It won’t take faith, trust and pixie dust to book Peter Pan tickets as you can do that safely and securely with us, and that should provide you with all the happy thoughts you’ll need to fly. This highly acclaimed run will be snapped up sharpish so act quickly to ensure you don’t miss out!
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 35min (inc. interval)
Performance dates20 July - 01 September 2019
ContentThis production is suitable for ages 7+. Please note this production contains strobe-like effects.
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Troubadour White City run of Peter Pan to close early
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13 Jul, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
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J M Barrie’s Peter Pan to open at Troubadour White City Theatre, in July
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13 Jun, 2019 | By Jade Ali