'John Tiffany's production for the National Theatre of Scotland is spectacular.' Daily Telegraph
All children grow up, except one…
Peter Pan and the Darling Family are re-imagined in Victorian Edinburgh, a world full of mysterious mists, gas-lamps and bridges. Peter’s impish arrival into the lives of Wendy, John and Michael marks the beginning of a thrilling, deliciously naughty and unpredictable escapade. Together they take off on a fantastical flight to the colourful, wonderful Neverland, an enchanted place of vivid characters. There’s a gang of Lost Boys, a horde of pirates and of course, one of the wickedest villains of all time.
Razor-sharp fights, virtuoso flying sequences, acrobats, ticking crocodiles and one great big hook will ensure adults and children alike are drawn into this other-worldly adventure of epic proportions.
This production marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of JM Barrie.
Sun 23 May, 3pm Audience Dress-up Matinee Come as your favourite Neverland character to this fun performance for the whole family
Tues 25 May, 7.15pm Captioned performance
Sat 29 May, 2pm Audio described performance Touch tour starts at 1pm
Directed by John Tiffany Designed by Laura Hopkins Composer and Musical Director – Davey Anderson Movement Director - Vicki Amedume from Upswing Lighting Designer – Guy Hoare Sound Designer – Gareth Fry Illusion Designer - Jamie Harrison Puppet Consultant and Maker - Gavin Glover
Peter Pan is a co-production between the National Theatre of Scotland and barbicanbite10and is presented by arrangement with the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Samuel French Limited