Wendy and Peter Pan
Wendy and Peter Pan

‘Second star to the right, and straight on till morning!’

Winter, 1911. Snow is falling across London. Wendy Darling and her brothers sleep peacefully in their bedroom as their parents bicker downstairs. In a sudden flurry of snow their window blows open, and Peter Pan tumbles into their lives, followed by a fractious fairy called Tink. With the help of a little fairy dust, Wendy agrees to fly with Peter to Neverland, seeking an awfully big adventure and the key to her parents’ forgotten happiness – the child they once lost. Once there, Wendy will give the Lost Boys a run for their money, defeat the diabolical pirate, James Hook, and ultimately learn what it really means to grow up.
J.M.Barrie’s stage play, Peter Pan, delighted audiences when it premiered in 1904. His novel based on the play, Wendy and Peter, published in 1911, was a huge success.
Commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company, Ella Hickson’s Wendy and Peter Pan premiered in December 2013. It’s a sparkling new adaptation that puts Wendy centre stage in a feisty take on Barrie’s much-loved tale, but which never loses the charm of the original, nor any of its iconic set pieces.
It’s bittersweet, funny in places, touching in others, and brimming with action and adventure – the classic English childhood myth of love, loss, redemption, and pirates. And Peter Pan, who never grows old. What’s not to like?
By arrangement with Nick Hern Books
(Please note this production is a play not a pantomime. Children under five are welcome, but it’s possible little ones may not follow all of it).
Tickets:        Adults              £10:00            
                    Concessions     £7:00    (Concessions are Children, Students in Full Time Education & Seniors (60+))   
                    Under Fives      £4:00

Coulsdon Community Centre
Coulsdon Community Centre is located on Barrie Close, just off Chipstead Valley Road. For Sat Nav purposes, the post code is CR5 3BE.

From Coulsdon: it is on your right approximately 300 yards after St Aidan's Church.

From Chipstead/Banstead: it is to your left 100 yards after the BP Petrol Station.

The 166 bus stops close by (Coniston Road stop) and the nearest railway station is Woodmansterne on the Tattenham Corner line.

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