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Wendy: A Peter Pan Story

Adapted by James Baldwin from PETER PAN by J.M. Barrie
  • 1 December - 13 January

Event Information

Dates: Friday 1 December - Saturday 13 January

Tickets: From £15

Age: 6+

Running Time: 2 hours
(Including an interval)

Creative Captions:
All performances

Relaxed Performances
16 December at 2pm
6 January at 2pm

BSL Performances:
15 December at 2pm
23 December at 6pm

All children, except one, grow up, but some grow up faster than others. 

In the faded kitchen of a once-grand town-house, Wendy is growing up fast, perhaps a little too fast. Between her homework and caring for her family, Wendy dreams of one last childhood adventure 

In fly Peter and his friend Tink, a mischievous pair who can’t or won’t grow up. When they steal Wendy away to The Neverland, the stage is set for a thrilling battle against time, against Hook, and against magic! 

Award-winning writer James Baldwin’s adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic story speaks of the innocence and wonder of childhood and the importance of imagination and creativity.

WENDY: A PETER PAN STORY fuses a much-loved tale with 21st century theatre to create an unforgettable adventure for all ages. 

"This Christmas treat from The Egg ticks every box"
-Bath Echo

 

Sponsored by: King Edward's School Bath a school full of creative possibilities, committed to nurturing young talent across music, dance, and drama. 

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England
Presented by arrangement with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Dates: Friday 1 December - Saturday 13 January

Tickets:
£20 adults / £15 children & students

Schools: (selected performances only)
£10 each plus one free teacher per 10 tickets booked (11th ticket free)

Previews: (1&2 December)
All tickets £15

Age: 6+

Running Time: 2 hours including an interval 

BSL Performances: 15th December at 2pm and 23rd December at 6pm

Creative Captions: (All performances)

Creative Captions offer an opportunity for deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences to more fully immerse themselves in a performance. Captions appear on stage integrated within the set design matching the style of the show and reflect characterisation and tone.

Note: Some of the seats in The Egg have a restricted view of the caption screens. For the clearest view of the caption screens, we recommend booking a seat in the middle or back of the stalls, and in the centre section of the balcony.

Relaxed Performances: 16 December & 6 January at 2pm

Relaxed performances are devised to make theatre more accessible to people disabled by the usual rules of theatre etiquette. Relaxed Performances are open to everyone and remove nothing from the production. They benefit a huge range of audiences including those with autism, movement disorders, dementia, learning disabilities or just being a child!

Ours take on the following characteristics:

  • A free, Visual Story to help you prepare for the visit, which will be available from 1 week before the first performance on the performance page. This will give you clear, understandable advanced information
  • A relaxed approach to movement and noise coming from the audience; our Front of House team won’t ‘shush’ you or ask you to be quiet.
  • A chill out space at balcony level which can be accessed throughout the performance.
  • Ear defenders on request.
  • Download the Visual Story

James Baldwin – Writer

Jenny Davies – Director
Lex Kaby – Assistant Director

Anisha Fields – Designer
Charlie Cook – Associate Designer

Adam Fuller – Puppet Director

Deepraj Singh – Movement Director
Bethan Clark – Fight Director

Jack Drewry – Composer and Sound Designer for Tink
Dinah Mullen – Sound Designer
Nick Laws – Sound Engineer
Diana Drew – Sound Assistant

Joe Price  - Lighting Designer
Nicola Crawford  - Associate Lighting Designer

Chris Harrisson – Projection Designer
James Lisk – Projection Engineer

Virginie Taylor – Caption Designer
Hannah Malone – Caption Operator

Anna Dixon – Costume Supervisor

Lisa Hall – Production Manager

Kirsty Milne – Company Stage Manager
Chaz Webb – Deputy Stage Manager
Bryony Harrison-Pettit – Assistant Stage Manager

Kate Lovell – Access Consultant

Liana Cottrill – Wendy
Rozelle Gemma – Mum / Hook
JoAnne Haines – Jon Michael / Tootles
Alice Lamb – Tink
Joseph Tweedale – Peter

Joseph Brown – Understudy: Peter, Jon Michael / Tootles, Tink
Loussin Pilkian – Understudy: Wendy, Mum / Hook

 

Box Office phone lines are currently open from 10am – 6pm Monday – Saturday

Full terms and conditions of ticket bookings can be found here

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